New research program targets cancer treatment for humans, animals

02/3/2010 | VeterinaryPracticeNews.com

Colorado State University has partnered with Japan to launch a research program to conduct clinical trials on carbon ion therapy, a cancer treatment that could benefit humans, as well as dogs and cats. The university's College of Veterinary Medicine's Animal Cancer Center, its Center for Environmental Medicine and its Radiological Health Sciences department are participating in the program.

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