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The stomach cancer study is ongoing and we now need information on additional dogs that have been affected by stomach cancer.  Please complete this survey if you currently have or had a dog with stomach cancer but did not previously submit a survey.  We know there are more people out there who have had dogs with stomach cancer, and we need you to come forward and give us information about your dog now!  Owners do not need to be members of the American Belgian Tervuren Club to participate.  We need information on all affected dogs that were alive from 1990 to present.  Surveys can be submitted by US mail or emailed as an attachment to the addresses listed below.

Thank you for your participation,

Dr. Cathy Greenfield                                                                  Dr. Marina Manashirova

Please help us with a study about stomach cancer in the Belgian Tervuren. We are now specifically collecting information about dogs that have been diagnosed with stomach cancer.  Please fill out 1 survey instrument for each dog that you have owned, that was alive between 1990 and present, and that has been affected with stomach cancer. This study has been approved by the American Belgian Tervuren Club (ABTC) board and the ABTC Health Education Committee and is being sponsored by the ABTC.

The survey is availalbe to download via the link below:

 Survey of Belgian Tervuren with stomach cancer for affected dogs only.pdf Survey of Belgian Tervuren with stomach cancer for affected dogs only.pdf (38.22 KB, 2011-08-18 18:11)

Thank you very much for your participation in this study. This valuable information will be used to help determine the characteristics of stomach cancer in the Belgian Tervuren. Data will be complied and presented to the membership in the Tervuren News Tales and/or on the ABTC website and will be submitted as a manuscript for publication in a widely circulated veterinary journal.

 

 

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