Veterinary Referrals to RBVH for Current Clinical Studies

For information about current and pending clinical studies, or to refer one of your patients for consideration, please contact Red Bank Veterinary Hospital at (732) 747-3636(732) 747-3636. A member of our team would be pleased to discuss whether an available study would benefit your patient.

Current Clinical Studies

Study to Determine the Efficacy and Safety of Alternating Rabacfosadine and Doxorubicin Treatments Against Multicentric Lymphoma in Previously Untreated Dogs

Dietary Treatment of Mild to Moderate Feline Chronic Enteropathy

Mitral Valve Disease Study: Dogs

Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) Study: Cats & Dogs

Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial of Doxepin in Canine Laryngeal Paralysis: Dogs

Pulmonic Stenosis (PS) Study: Cats & Dogs

Study to Determine the Safety and Efficacy of TANOVEA™ (Rabacfosadine for Injection) in Cats with Lymphoma, Lymphoid Leukemia or Multiple Myeloma/Plasma Cell Tumor

Types of Studies

Prospective studies are designed to evaluate existing treatments with larger numbers of patients for more meaningful evaluation or to assess new therapies not previously examined. New therapies may involve new protocols of previously used drugs or novel agents. Novel agents are considered experimental; however, the effectiveness of the treatment has been proven in laboratory animals. Safety for the novel agents has been demonstrated in normal dogs or cats, and, above all, the therapy is considered to be of potential benefit to the patient.

Patients that qualify and enter a prospective clinical trial are monitored carefully, and strict adherence to the treatment protocol is necessary. Evaluation of the patient is dependent upon the study guidelines and generally involves visits to Red Bank Veterinary Hospital.

Costs for Qualifying Patients

For many prospective clinical studies, the costs of the staging, diagnosis, and therapy may be completely covered, or at least defrayed, by the specific study sponsor. With owner permission, samples such as blood, urine, and tumor may be obtained to aid researchers in gaining additional information to benefit present and future cancer patients.