Canine, feline cancer patients are part of valuable research

Patients at the Animal Cancer Centre at the University of Guelph's Veterinary College are receiving cutting-edge cancer treatment. The treatments, including surgery for dogs with prostate cancer, are also part of research projects aimed at perfecting new cancer treatments for animals and humans.

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