Experts say that research on pets may answer some of the questions regarding the causes and treatments of cancer. Domesticated dogs and cats share enough DNA and behaviors with humans to be helpful reflections of their owners.
On Wellness Wednesday we are taking a look at what there is to learn about cancer from our furry friends.
Dr. Rod Page, Stephen J Withrow Presidential Chair in Oncology, Professor of Oncology, Colorado State University; Director, Flint Animal Cancer Center
Darrel Rowland, senior editor, The Columbus Dispatch
Dr. John Swartzberg, infectious disease specialist and professor of infectious diseases, UC Berkeley School of Public Health