By Dennis Thompson
FRIDAY, March 6, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Few heartbreaks are as devastating as when a beloved family dog falls ill with cancer.
But a new research paper could spur development of more and better treatments for a canine companion who has a brain tumor — because it’s possible that those same therapies will help human kids, too. Dogs’ brain cancers are genetically akin to those found in children, a new study in the journal Cancer Cell reports.
“These dog tumors were much more similar to the tumors we find in kids than the tumors we