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Evidence-based Integrative Medicine in Clinical Veterinary Oncology

  • Title: Evidence-based Integrative Medicine in Clinical Veterinary Oncology
  • Description:
    Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, Vol 44(50, September 2014, pp 831-853. Authors: Donna M. Raditic, Joseph W. Bartges

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  • Category: Oncology

  • Abstract / Overview:
  • KEY POINTS
    •  There is a growing demand for use of integrative medicine in veterinary clinical oncology.

    •  Evidence-based research on using integrative medicine in veterinary clinical oncology is

      scarce.

    •  Translational research with animal models of human cancers is an opportunity to expand the knowledge of the etiopathogenesis of neoplasia and identify treatments.

    •  Metabolomics research may provide the evidence-based research needed to accelerate the use of complementary and alternative medicine in both human and veterinary oncology.


    HERBS/BOTANICS EVALUATED IN DOGS OR IN VITRO CANINE CELLS

    HERBS/BOTANICS EVALUATED IN VIVO OR IN VITRO IN OTHER SPECIES

    Herbs that have been evaluated in vivo and/or in vitro in species other than dogs

    BIOACTIVE POLYSACCHARIDES: FUNGI

    ACUPUNCTURE

    DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS EVALUATED IN DOGS OR IN VITRO CANINE CELLS AND RELEVANT STUDIES IN OTHER SPECIES OR IN VITRO

    Calcitriol

    Retinoids

    Antioxidants

    Omega-3 Fatty Acids

    Probiotics

    Phytic Acid, Phytate, Myo-Inositol Hexaphosphate

    USING IM IN VETERINARY CLINICAL ONCOLOGY

    Evidence-based Integrative Medicine in Clinical Veterinary Oncology

    ADVERSE REACTIONS: DRUG-HERB INTERACTIONS

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