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A Bernese mountain dog that received surgery and an experimental vaccine for osteosarcoma remains cancer-free two years post-diagnosis, and the study is among a growing number of NIH-funded comparative oncology studies. Research in dogs is helping scientists tease out complexities in both human and canine cancer as both the number of trials and level of sophistication grow, says veterinary oncologist Amy LeBlanc, director of the National Cancer Institute’s Comparative Oncology Program, and dogs as well as humans stand to benefit.

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