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Killing canine brain tumors

Date:
July 19, 2013
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Every year more than 13-thousand Americans will be diagnosed with a glioblastoma, the worst kind of brain tumor. There’s no cure and few treatments. On average, people only have 15 months to live after diagnosis.


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