Canine cancer patients serve as models for personalized medicine

02/7/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Since dogs develop cancers that are similar to those founds in humans, many oncology researchers are using dogs in clinical trials to further develop personalized medicine, a treatment method using an analysis of cancer genes to create targeted therapies. Researchers hope the information learned from the canine trials will improve cancer treatments for pets and people.

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