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World's Oldest Cancer Arose From Man's Best Friend, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Study


1/24/2014 8:35:38 AM

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The world's oldest-known living cancer dates back 11,000 years, according to UK scientists. It arose in a single dog and has survived in canines ever since, with the cancer cells passing between animals when they mate. A team led by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute near Cambridge decoded the DNA of the cancer.

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