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Registry aims to improve cancer care for pets and humans

The effort hopes to test new drugs in dogs and cats at less cost than with people

By Leila Fujimori

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 29, 2013

~~<p>Hawaii dogs and cats could play a role in developing new cancer therapies for pets and people.</p>
<p>A Texas-based national cancer registry for animals is seeking pet owners from Hawaii and across the country to register their dogs and cats afflicted with cancer, who may be candidates for clinical trials testing cancer drugs.</p>
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Hawaii dogs and cats could play a role in developing new cancer therapies for pets and people.

A Texas-based national cancer registry for animals is seeking pet owners from Hawaii and across the country to register their dogs and cats afflicted with cancer, who may be candidates for clinical trials testing cancer drugs. Login for more...



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