Understanding Cancer Development in Humans and Their Companion Animals – Dr Jaime Modiano, University of Minnesota

Dec 6, 2019 | biology, health and medicine

About this episode

Dogs are renowned for their status as man’s best friend. Based first at the University of Colorado and now at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities, Dr Jaime Modiano and his team have spent the last 25 years trying to understand how cancer develops at a basic level, aiming to use this knowledge to improve the health and wellbeing of both humans and their companion animals.



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