MAF quarterly release highlights focused cancer campaign

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Denver, Colo. ? 5/30/07 ? Following the launch of its Canine Cancer Campaign, Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) released a special issue of its quarterly publication, AnimalNews, highlighting cancer in companion animals.

Denver, Colo. - 5/30/07 - Following the launch of its Canine Cancer Campaign, Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) released a special issue of its quarterly publication, AnimalNews, highlighting cancer in companion animals.

The special report announces the Canine Cancer Campaign, focuses on the need for more cancer research and dicusses a recently launched clinical trial for bone cancer treatment and the establishment of a nationwide canine tumor tissue bank.

Because cancer is not limited to dogs, the issue also addresses additional cancer research being done for cats and horses. Other topics include an MAF-funded program to train cancer researchers, which will help to fill the need for new veterinary oncologists.

Web-exclusive content, located at www.MorrisAnimalFoundation.org, provides viewers with information on cancer symptoms and ways to reduce risk and breed susceptibility. The special issue of AnimalNews can be downloaded at http://www.MorrisAnimalFoundation.org/media_center or request a copy at (800)243-2345.

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