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Genome of Longest-Living Cancer: 11,000-Year-Old Living Dog Cancer Reveals Its Origin, Evolution

Monday, January 27, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Janice Kim
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A cancer normally lives and dies with a person, however this is not the case with a sexually transmitted cancer in dogs. In a study published in Science, researchers have described the genome and evolution of this cancer that has continued living within the dog population for the past 11,000 years…

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