Brain tumor treatment for dogs may soon be used in human patients

Brain tumor treatment for dogs may soon be used in human patients


[MUSIC PLAYING] It shrunk by 50%. And then from the
initial follow-up to the four-month follow-up,
it shrunk by another 50%. [MUSIC PLAYING] So if you look at Q, Q is
not only alive four months after the diagnosis, but
Q is clinically normal. [MUSIC PLAYING] Considering how
similar the tumors are between the
dog and the person, the goal would be, you can
extrapolate that safety data to apply it to people. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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