Novel cancer therapy extends lives of terminally ill dogs

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Dogs are humans’ best friends and it is always distressing for dog owners when their beloved pets contract terminal illnesses. Canine cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs and when they are diagnosed with late-stage or terminal illness, there are often no treatment options available. In a recent study, however, a novel form of chemoimmunotherapy has proven to be a promising treatment in altering the course of the dogs’ lives.

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