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Treatment and Outcome of Avian Squamous Cell Carcinoma
September 19, 2012 (published)
Ashley Zehnder

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Published results can be found here.

Study Start Date: 08/15/2012
Study End Date: 08/15/2013

Treatment and Outcome of Avian Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Stanford University in partnership with the UC Davis Parrot Wellness and Welfare Program has created a research project that will help gather essential information regarding a significant cancer in birds, squamous cell carcinoma. This cancer is quite common in companion birds and often responds poorly to treatment. An online survey is helping us gather information from a large number of avian veterinarians regarding patient treatments and outcomes. This information may be used in the future to help veterinarians guide therapy as well as to guide researchers to develop clinical trials for new treatments. By gaining insight into the behavior of this tumor type in birds, we may also be able to learn more about ways to manage similar tumors in human patients.

Study Design:
Survey

Inclusion Criteria:

  • All avian species are included.
  • All cases submitted must have histologic confirmation of squamous cell carcinoma.
  • Cases with all types of treatment, including conservative management, are included.

Survey Website:
https://redcap.stanford.edu/surveys/?s=d48db4

Files for Download:
New Adverse Events (PDF)

Costs/Reimbursments
Participants are entered in a drawing for a $50 Visa gift card and are entered in a second drawing if they enter more than 5 cases.

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Full Disclosure information:

  • The study is supported by a resources provided by Stanford University.
  • The investigator does not have a conflict of interest.
  • The study will be reported on VIN to study participants.
  • The authors will acknowledge VIN if the study is published.

Date published: 09/19/2012


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