Clinical trials in dogs, horses offer cancer insights

Through clinical trials, veterinarians fight cancer in animals, humans.

Kansas State University assistant professor of clinical sciences Raelene Wouda is conducting clinical trials to treat cancers in dogs, cats and other companion animals.

Wouda also is able to study important topics, such as improved diagnostic testing, monitoring approaches and innovative treatment options, including anti-cancer vaccines, t-cell transfer, combination chemotherapy and nanoparticle drug formulations. She has recently published her research in

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