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research, development, and innovation in the field. 2 For human patients, precision medicine has seen its broadest application in the field of oncology. However, despite the unquestioned value of defining cancer at its molecular level, many questions about

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teaching hospitals, noted canine geneticists, and the Comparative Oncology Program at the National Cancer Institute. 2 The resultant organization has been recently launched as the CCOGC. The biomedical impetus is a need for additional animal models in

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, the budget for the National Institutes of Health has been increased substantially with particular emphasis on translational research. The inclusion of comparative oncology in the National Cancer Institute's extramural funding priorities provides

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veterinary medical degree program has remained at 4 years, even while the curricular content has ballooned. For example, 20 years ago, veterinary students received little training in dentistry, oncology, communication or business skills, or the many new

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Withrow SJ . Tumors of the mammary gland . In: Withrow SJ Vail D , eds. Small animal clinical oncology . 4th ed. St Louis : Elsevier Science , 2007 ; 619 – 633 . 24. Moulton JE Rosenblatt LS Goldman M . Mammary tumors in a

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health in people who share their households and environment with pets. 9 Animals, especially dogs, are increasingly being used in animal-assisted activities with humans, including oncology patients and veterans. This field of study is one that should not

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specialty, such as internal medicine, surgery, oncology, cardiology, pathology, radiology, or zoo animal medicine. Most students proudly announce these educational and career plans, often explaining what led to their decision. However, it is also our

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specialty practice are easily qualified (ie, small animal surgery, dentistry, dermatology, oncology, and a plethora of other -ologies). Until recently, nontraditional careers, including regulatory medicine (ie, food safety) and research, all quite varied in

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