Antonella Borgatti and Copper. Credit: University of Minnesota
Antonella Borgatti and Copper.

Drug increases survival in dogs with cancer

Research shows potential for new drug's use in humans with angiosarcoma.

A breakthrough trial testing a new University of Minnesota-developed drug resulted in improved survival rates for dogs diagnosed with a cancer called hemangiosarcoma (HSA). The results were published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics.

"This is likely the most significant advance in the treatment of canine HSA in the last three decades," said study co-author Jaime Modiano, a pro

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