Scientists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Auburn University, the University of Georgia and Mississippi State University are enrolling dogs with gliomas in a clinical study of a modified herpes virus to kill tumor cells that remain after excision. "We're not only helping man's best friend, but helping man with this treatment," said veterinarian Amy Yanke, an assistant professor of neurology and neurosurgery at Auburn.
Universities collaborate on study of pet dogs with brain tumors
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