Adjuvant sirolimus does not improve outcome in pet dogs receiving standard-of-care therapy for appendicular osteosarcoma: A prospective, randomized trial of 324 dogs

Amy K. LeBlanc, Christina N. Mazcko, Aswini Cherukuri, Erika P. Berger, William C. Kisseberth, Megan E. Brown, Susan E. Lana, Kristen Weishaar, Brian K. Flesner, Jeffrey N. Bryan, David M. Vail, Jenna H. Burton, Jennifer Willcox, Anthony J. Mutsaers, J. Paul Woods, Nicole C. Northrup, Corey Saba, Kaitlin M. Curran, Haley Leeper, Heather Wilson-RoblesBrandan G. Wustefeld-Janssens, Stephanie Lindley, Annette N. Smith, Nikolaos Dervisis, Shawna Klahn, Mary Lynn Higginbotham, Raelene M. Wouda, Erika Krick, Jennifer A. Mahoney, Cheryl A. London, Lisa G. Barber, Cheryl E. Balkman, Angela L. McCleary-Wheeler, Steven E. Suter, Olya Martin, Antonella Borgatti, Kristine Burgess, Michael O. Childress, Janean L. Fidel, Sara D. Allstadt, Daniel L. Gustafson, Laura E. Selmic, Chand Khanna, Timothy M. Fan

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