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Ken Herfert confidently expanded his family by four legs following his great response to a newly approved treatment and surgery.
Humans and companion animals get similar cancers, so clinical trials in dogs can lead to research in humans—and vice versa.
CancerCare’s PAW Program and Amie’s Place Foundation offer new resources for pet owners with cancer.
A dog’s sensitive nose is more accurate in diagnosing prostate cancer than an electronic nose designed for the task.
Lymphoma, also called lymphosarcoma, is a type of cancer that can affect many species, including dogs.
At least 2,000 animals in the U.S. have been tested for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, according to federal records.
Plus: tips for caring for your furry friends during the health crisis.
Evidence suggests canines are good models for studying glioblastomas, especially in children.
The dog’s owner bought the ad to share the good news about his recovery and raise awareness about cancer in dogs.
Dogs or cats can improve relaxation, physical activity and mood management for elderly folks who suffer from persistent pain.
America’s most popular pets have lately been the stars of cancer research.
“We’re taking what we know from human cancers and applying it in canine cancers.”
National Cancer Institute’s comparative oncology studies
One in three dogs will develop cancer during their lifetime, and pet owners are looking for treatments.
The results could lead to new noninvasive cancer screening approaches.
Can canines detect cancer?
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