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Feature December 2018 Issue

A Greater Understanding

A Greater Understanding

Why dog tumors are more useful when studying cancer; not all probiotics are considered equal.

According to research, feline tumors arenít used nearly as often as those in dogs to study cancer. While cats tend to have a type of skin cancer in their heads and mouths that some researchers use as a model for human head and neck cancers, dogs are diagnosed more frequently with tumors that overlap with human cancer.

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