Drug to Treat Canine Lymphoma Gets FDA Approval

Tanovea-CA1, from veterinary cancer therapeutics company VetDC, is expected available to veterinarians in spring 2017.

VetDC, Inc., a veterinary cancer therapeutics company, today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine has granted a conditional approval of Tanovea™-CA1 (rabacfosadine for injection) for the treatment of lymphoma in dogs.

“This is a significant milestone for VetDC, and we are excited to announce the first ever FDA-approved drug for canine lymphoma,” stated Steven Roy, VetDC’s president and CEO. “We look forward to introducing Tanovea-CA1 to the veterinary cancer community in the months to come.”

Tanovea-CA1 is expected to be available to veterinarians in the spring of 2017, Roy added.

“The conditional approval of Tanovea-CA1 represents a first on multiple levels for veterinary oncology, and we eagerly anticipate adding this very active and promising new drug to our lymphoma fighting arsenal,” noted Dr. Philip J. Bergman, a board-certified veterinary oncologist at VCA-Katonah Bedford Veterinary Center in Bedford Hills, N.Y.

For more information about Tanovea-CA1 and VetDC, visit the Tanovea website or VetDC website.

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