Canine cancer fighting advances human treatment

07/19/2011 | San Francisco Chronicle

Another U.S. dog is diagnosed with cancer every five seconds and certain canine cancers are very similar to human forms of the disease. As veterinary cancer specialists including the team at Ohio State University's Comprehensive Cancer Center work to treat and cure cancer in dogs, their research is helping shape human clinical trials and has led to the development of at least one cancer-fighting drug.

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