Canine cancers as models: We have barely tapped the full potential of comparative oncology

Canine cancers as models: We have barely tapped the full potential of comparative oncology

In 2024, an estimated 6 million pet dogs will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States. As someone who has lost several family dogs to cancer, I know how heartbreaking this diagnosis will be for each of those dogs’ owners.

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