First paper from golden retriever lifetime study declares cancer a major target

Posted on June 10, 2015

From FierceAnimalHealth: In 2012, the Morris Animal Foundation launched its Golden Retriever Lifetime Study and began recruiting 3,000 dogs for the project, which is expected to last 15 years and is aimed at identifying important risk factors for cancer and other diseases. Now the foundation has released its first paper from the study, which was published in a special cancer-themed issue of the journal Philosophical Transactions B. Read more here.

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