PetScreen is committed to helping in the fight against cancer in dogs and cats. We aim to provide a range of tests which will help vets diagnose and treat cancer. To this end we already provide two unique tests:
The Directed Chemotherapy Assay (also known as DCA) – which helps to find the most effective drug to treat cancer in both dogs and cats.
The Canine Lymphoma Blood Test – which provides a very simple means of helping diagnose lymphoma in dogs as part of a routine blood test. It offers a minimally invasive alternative to cytology. The Canine Lymphoma Blood Test is starting to be used in the monitoring of patients on chemotherapy as an additional guide to remission status and relapse rather than relying on clinical assessment alone.This test is also being used to screen for lymphoma in those dogs which are at increased risk of developing the disease.
We are also actively involved in the development of new tests to help in the fight against cancer.
This section contains detailed technical information about the current PetScreen tests specifically for veterinary professionals. It also contains instructions on how to collect, prepare and ship samples to the PetScreen laboratory.» Case Histories
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» Lymphoma Testing
» Directed Chemotherapy
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