Dogs May Be Key in Early Bladder Cancer Detection

Friday, December 2, 2022

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Bladder cancer in dogs often goes undetected until it is too late. If detected earlier however, it could make a severe form of cancer much easier to treat.

A recent Purdue study is researching early detection in Scottish terriers with Deborah Knapp, a canine cancer scientist at Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. With a clear benefit to dogs, the treatment process could also help treat humans with a similar form of cancer. 

Read more at Discover Magazine


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