EPISODE 151 | RELEASED January 24, 2022

Stage 3 Melanoma in Dogs: What Can We Do Next? | Dr. Nancy Reese Q&A

Caller Shirley’s dog has Stage 3 oral melanoma and she is trying to find their next treatment option.

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Oral Melanoma is one of the more aggressive cancers in dogs. The gold standard of treatment for this cancer is radiation to shrink the tumor, followed by the canine melanoma vaccine to train the dog’s immune system to attack the cancer cells. But what do you do when this treatment fails?

Dr. Nancy Reese discusses the typical treatment progression for oral melanoma, as well as some additional therapies that might be beneficial for added support.

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