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ACF Funded Research Update

Research Update from Dr. Cheryl London, The Cheryl London Lab, Tufts University | Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences The Role of STAT3...

First In-Human Clinical Trial on the Horizon

PEEL Therapeutics Continues Rapid Development of Medicines that Merge Nature and Technology PEEL Therapeutics, Inc., an emerging biotech company based both...

Largest Pan-Cancer Comparative Genome Study

Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) is proud to announce awarding a grant of $1.2 million to The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen),...

Canine Lymphoma & the Drug Development Pipeline

Canine lymphoma is one of the most common cancers in dogs affecting approximately 70,000 dogs in the United States each year....

Comparative Oncology in the News

We share this link to an important scientific article by Amy M. Boddy, Tara M. Harrison, and Lisa M. Abegglen that...

Mining Similarities in Osteosarcoma Between Children and Dogs

Biologically, the osteosarcoma that dogs develop is remarkably similar to that in children. In new research, dogs are aiding the fight against bone cancer.

Study of Cancer in Dogs May Accelerate Treatment for Humans

Comparative oncology — the study of naturally developing cancers in animals as models for human disease — has been practiced for decades. However, conducting clinical trials on the spontaneous cancers of people’s pet dogs is a relatively new concept. The effort has gained traction with a concerted effort on the part of academic centers and...

Learning From Dogs With Cancer

Research in dogs will help with the design of later human trials, including the best way to administer drugs, and may lead to improved treatments for both pets and people.