The Foster Hospital for Small Animals at Tufts University is enrolling dogs with mammary, anal sac, liver, thyroid or lung cancer to test an experimental drug that causes malignant cells to glow when exposed to infrared light. The technology might allow surgeons to detect and remove all malignant cells and reduce the need for follow-up surgery.
Trial tests intraoperative identification of canine cancer cells
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