A multitude of potential advances are ON THE HORIZON in the field of cancer research, as reported by Susan Spencer:

Meet Zoe. She’s eight years old, full of heart, and these days, does pretty well on only three legs. Yeah, that’s a good girl!

Doctors had to amputate one of Zoe’s front legs last fall when she was diagnosed with life-threatening bone cancer.

“Dogs get cancer,” said Dr. Cheryl London. “It’s the most common reason for a dog to die.”

Today Zoe and fellow Great Dane Murphy are part of a new study which may help people as much as their dogs. …Read more via CBS NEWS

Source: CBS NEWS