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Comparative oncology is the study of cancer that naturally occurs in animals, and the comparison to its human counterpart in order to identify treatments and cures that can benefit both humans and animals. Many advances have been made through animal investigations, but a key distinction of comparative oncology is that disease is never induced in the animals being treated; the cancer has only occurred spontaneously.
Journals Related for Comparative Oncology
Journal of Integrative Oncology, Archives of Surgical Oncology, Brain Tumors & Neurooncology, Archives in Cancer Research, Neurooncology: Open Access, Prostate Cancer, Cancer and Clinical Oncology, Cancer and Metastasis Reviews, Cancer Biology and Therapy, Cancer Biotherapy and Radiopharmaceuticals, Cancer Causes & Control, Cancer Cell.