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  • n. A receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitor, used in the treatment of canine mast cell tumour.


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  • Manufactured by Pfizer Animal Health Inc., based in New York City, the drug marketed as Palladia, or chemically known as toceranib phosphate, will hit the markets in early 2010.

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  • The new dog-only drug, Palladia (toceranib phosphate), treats canine cutaneous cancer -- which accounts for about 20 percent of doggie skin tumors and, if left alone, can spread to other parts of the body How does catnip work its magic on cats?

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  • The new dog-only drug, Palladia (toceranib phosphate), will be made by international pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and is slated to hit shelves some time next year.

    Scientific American


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