Late last year, the U.S. Senate designated January as One Health Awareness Month. According to the One Health Initiative, the vision of One Health is to improve the lives of all species—human and animal—through the integration of human medicine, veterinary medicine, and environmental science. Translational medicine, including comparative oncology, falls under the One Health umbrella. […]
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The Canadian television show, W5, featured the Flint Animal Cancer Center’s work in comparative oncology research.
Scientists discovered long ago that cancer is cancer. It doesn’t care if you have two legs or four – it looks the same under the microscope, spreads to the same locations, and reacts the same way to treatment. Despite advances in knowledge, cancer remains the leading cause of death in dogs beyond middle age and […]