Do a search of "intralesional triamcinolone mast cell tumor" and you will find a limited bit of information.
Intralesional means "within a cancerous area" (injecting the tumor) and Triamcinolone is the Vetalog (also has other names too).
There isn't much info online about its use in MCT's and there have not been any studies published, hence the reason for there not being much info available online. There isn't any money (as a business) for its use. It is very inexpensive! We were paying just $7.00 for the injections and that was often times for multiple tumors at once. Of course the visits were more expensive with all the other charges (oncology) but far less expensive going this route than surgery.
This is a very common drug and their vet will have it or a form of it. It is most often used for allergies.
This link has dosing info:
Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs: some advances in conventional care
Merck Veterinary Manual