Thu, 2015/10/22 - 6:38pm
OVC cancer researchers, Drs. Paul Woods and Byram Bridle speak to Globe and Mail science reporter, Ivan Semeniuk about various cancer research collaborations with the University of Guelph, University Toronto, McMaster University and others.
This work could lead to advancements in cancer treatment options to benefit both pets and people.
“The philosophy is that if therapies can work in the companion-animal populations, they have a much better chance of successfully translating into humans,” says Byram Bridle, a viral immunologist at the Ontario Veterinary College at Guelph.
To read the full article on the Globe and Mail website.