Why longer lives for our dogs could mean longer lives for us

Why longer lives for our dogs could mean longer lives for us

Every six months, Casey undergoes careful cardiac testing at a lab; she has been through extensive genetic profiling and is now enrolled in a drug trial that researchers believe could extend her life.

Go to full article: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2024/jan/27/why-longer-lives-for-our-dogs-could-mean-longer-lives-for-us

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