Canine cancer study may lead to earlier metastasis detection in women

10/1/2013 |

Using canine mammary cancer as a test model, researchers discovered a blood marker that is indicative of residual cancer cells after the main tumor has been treated. The researchers say the findings may help distinguish between women with breast cancer who need further treatment after surgery and those who don't, decreasing patient morbidity and improving health care cost efficiency.

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