Cat cancer study findings may help predict human disease

09/28/2011 | KOMU-TV (University of Missouri) · ScienceDaily

Researchers at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine recently conducted a large-scale study into feline intestinal cancer patterns, the results of which, they say, could have implications for human cancer. Since pets share environments with humans, lead researcher Dr. Kim Selting, says that veterinarians could identify environmental factors promoting tumor growth across species.

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