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Sick as a dog: how understanding canine diseases will save human lives

Dogs develop diseases similar to those of humans, and their inbred genetics makes them a useful model for disease biology, allowing the development of new therapies for veterinary and human use.

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Arnold, C. Sick as a dog: how understanding canine diseases will save human lives. Nat Med 28, 1970–1973 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-022-02025-5

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