Minnesota scientists research novel approaches to canine cancer

12/4/2011 | Minnesota Daily (University of Minnesota), The

University of Minnesota researchers are studying new treatments for canine cancer, including osteosarcoma and lymphoma, which, if successful, could be helpful for humans with the same conditions. The osteosarcoma study, one of five active cancer studies, involves using altered salmonella to attack cancer cells, and the lymphoma study tests a drug that is thought to decrease resistance to chemotherapy agents.

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