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Hemangiosarcoma Information

A Clinical Trial for Canine Hemangiosarcoma

Splenic Masses in Dogs (Splenectomy)

Hemangiosarcoma – Veterinary Information Network

Canine Hemangiosarcoma – the Road from Despair to Hope

New Informative Article from the Bichon Frise Club of America

New Early Cancer Detection Tests

Hemangio Info Package (perfect to print out and hand out!)

What Can I do to Help?

“This list is for information purposes only and the listing is not necessarily an endorsement by the Dachshund Club of America Health and Welfare Trust Fund. This listing may facilitate obtaining a necropsy of deceased dogs by professional pathologists for a reasonable fee, and to have tissue samples sent by them to the Breen lab. We suggest individuals enquire with their particular state accredited Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory to find out about fees, hours, and other information. http://www.aavld.org/accreditation1

Form for Breen Lab in North Carolina

Breen Labs will be the coordinator of the groups that will be studying hemangiosarcoma in Dachshunds
The Van Andel Institute and Dr. Jaime Modiano of the Oncology and Comparative Medicine with the University of Minnesota’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Masonic Cancer Center.

THE VAN ANDEL INSTITUTE is studying only naturally occurring tumors, so we need the assistance of owners with dogs who develop Hemangiosarcoma, Osteosarcoma, Lymphoma, Malignant histiocytosis, Melanoma (oral and digital). We are requesting fresh (NOT in formalin) tumor samples when the dog has surgery, a biopsy or is euthanized. We also need 3 mls of blood in an EDTA (purple top) tube. If a tumor sample is not immediately available, (a dog who has had surgery, for example), a blood sample is still useful. If your dog is scheduled for surgery, please contact VARI ahead of time so we can FedEx a tumor collection kit to your veterinarian. You can contact the CHCC at (616) 234 – 5569. You may also email

Dr. Roe Froman
Senior Veterinary Research Scientist,
Van Andel Institute,
333 Bostwick Ave NE,
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Email: roe.froman@vai.org.

Consent forms and more information for veterinarians can be accessed and downloaded from Van Andel’s website: www.vai.org/helpingdogs