Dog Tumors May Give Clues for Humans With Breast Cancer

Luke Robinson never liked dogs much until an ex-girlfriend offered him a puppy while he was living in San Antonio, Texas. The Great Pyrenees he named Malcolm changed all that. "It was the first dog of my adult life," said Robinson, 41. "He was my companion, my mate." But at the age of 6, Malcolm was diagnosed with bone cancer -- which both devastated and mobilized Robinson. When a veterinarian from a major university couldn't tell Robinson why Malcolm got cancer at such young age, he went on...Full Story
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