No. 1 species

At the Ontario Veterinary College’s Animal Cancer Centre.

“One of the things that continues to amaze me is how many people don’t realize that animals get cancer, even physicians,” says Elizabeth Stone, dean of the veterinary college, which began training vets in 1862 and boasts graduates such as W.G. Ballard, of pet-food fame.

“Just the fact that we call our facility the Animal Cancer Centre hopefully will make people realize, yes, animals get cancer. And, yes, their physiology isn’t that different from the No. 1 species.”


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