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RESEARCHERS working in areas that have had a positive impact on the health of dogs were recognised by the Kennel Club Charitable Trust as it presented its International Canine Health Awards at an event in London last month.
Oliver Garden, of the University of Pennsylvania, won the International Award for his work on small animal internal medicine and immunology, and in particular his work on canine cancer immunology and autoimmune disease. The award of £40,000 is given to recognise an outstanding contribution in the field of canine health and welfare, and is awarded to someone who is likely to continue …
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