Golden Retriever Lifetime Study Reaches 500 Diagnoses of 4 Major Cancers

Golden Retriever Lifetime Study Reaches 500 Diagnoses of 4 Major Cancers

The Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, one of the largest, most comprehensive prospective canine health studies in the United States, has reached a milestone with accrual of 500 cumulative diagnoses of four major cancers in dogs. This milestone, achieved 11 years after the Study’s inception, highlights Morris Animal Foundation’s commitment to advancing animal health research and finding answers to canine cancer.

Go to full article: https://www.morrisanimalfoundation.org/article/golden-retriever-lifetime-study-reaches-500-diagnoses-4-major-cancers

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