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  • Canine Cancer: Why It is Rampant, How It Might Be Prevented, and an Exciting New Treatment Strategy...

Canine Cancer: Why It is Rampant, How It Might Be Prevented, and an Exciting New Treatment Strategy...

  • 40.00€

Tags: Cancer in dogs, Dog history, Research findings, 'Kill switch' tumor suppression mechanism in dogs, Clinical cases.


In Canine Cancer: Why It is Rampant, How It Might Be Prevented, and an Exciting New Treatment Strategy for Dogs with Cancer, the author shows how dogs developed a species-specific "kill switch" tumor suppression mechanism that closely parallels the human-specific "kill switch" tumor suppression mechanism, and how this parallel evolution enabled the bond and collaboration between humans and dogs to develop. He also shows how this tumor suppression mechanism in modern dogs has become inoperable, and how it can be regenerated to both prevent canine cancer, and to treat cancer in dogs by re-activation of the kill switch. 400 p.

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • Jonathan Nyce. PhD in Cancer Biology, Professor and Lecturer. Works with dogs with spontaneous cancer. Fels Cancer Research Institute, University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA (USA).

     
  • Publication date (digital version): 2020-11 - Self-published eBook © 2020 Jonathan Nyce.

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