Better Canine Cancer Treatments on the Horizon

The key is in our dogs’ DNA.

It used to be a breast cancer patient was a breast cancer patient,” says Tufts veterinary oncology researcher Cheryl London, DVM, PhD. “But now we know there are so many subsets. Care has become more individualized” to more effectively attack the particular cancer in a person’s body. Veterinary medicine has lagged behind human medicine in […]
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