News About Dogs in Cancer Research

Since I completed Heal, the scientific community’s interest in using pet dogs in cancer research has exploded. This is an area I frequently write about as a journalist. Here is some of the latest news written by me and others about how man’s best friend is helping in the war on cancer.

Clinical trials in pets pose both challenges and opportunities

If your dog has cancer, these organizations can help

Cancer-killing virus tried in pet cats moves to human trials

Genes in canine bone tumors predict drug response: Report

Five questions for One Health Company founder Ben Lewis

Startup One Health aims to match pets with clinical trials that could help people too

Scientists pinpoint contributions pets can make to human medicine

A new way to improve glioblastoma treatments that could help dogs and people

Scientists ID lymphoma genes in dogs and people

Veterinarian pushes ‘One Health’ for scientific literature

Biotechs and docs partner with vets to find cancer cures

VIDEO: Cancer Vaccines May Help Dogs and People

Non-Opiate Drug to Treat Pain From Bone Cancer Could Help Dogs and People

First Paper From Golden Retriever Lifetime Study Published

VIDEO: Veterinarians gather in DC to trade notes on pets in cancer research

There’s More to Smart Dogs Than What ’60 Minutes’ and Chaser Showed You

Cancer Immunotherapy Tried in Pet Dogs Moves to Human Trials

Dog Data at AACR Cancer Confab May Point to Personalized Treatments

Zoetis Leads Push For ‘One Health’ Approach to Fighting Disease

Cancer Drug Tested in Pet Dogs Moves to Human Trials

New Mechanism Behind Bone Tumors Discovered in Dogs

Killing Cancer Cells with Electrical Pulses Proves Effective in Dog Trial