Cancer is non-lethal genetic damage of cells (mutations in the DNA). Mutations have been found in canine lung cancer with changes in the regulation of cell .
Companion dog models are attractive, because they are genetically more similar to humans, share environmental exposures with their owners, suffer from the same diseases as humans, and receive a high level of health care.. Here, we contrast the relative strengths of cancer genetics in humans and dogs.
Lung cancer in dogs is more common in middle-aged or older dogs of either. Genetic predisposition – The boxer breed is more likely than other breeds to .