March 22, 2017

Why Are There More Canine Cancer Clinical Trials?

Heather Wilson-Robles, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology), associate professor in the veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences department at Texas A&M University, explains why there are so many more canine cancer clinical trials than there are for feline.


Heather Wilson-Robles, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology), associate professor in the veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences department at Texas A&M University, explains why there are so many more canine cancer clinical trials than there are for feline. The size, prevalence of cancer, and behavior of dogs are some of the reasons why there are more canine trials. 
 

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