Translational Medicine: How Our Environment May Increase the Risk of Cancer for
Dogs and People
Welcome back to Your Dog Wants You To Know This!
Does our environment increase our risk of cancer?
This is the question that today’s guest, Dr. Lauren Trepanier, is working to answer and understand more fully.
I’m very excited to have her on the podcast to talk all about translational medicine.
Dr. Trepanier will be helping us to learn more about how to decrease cancer risk or why our dogs might have gotten cancer in the first place.
Dr. Trepanier is a professor of internal medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine. She’s assistant dean for clinical and translational research, has a PhD in pharmacology and she is board certified in both veterinary internal medicine and clinical pharmacology.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
Understanding what leads up to the development of cancer
Studies that Dr. Trepanier has done in the past
Environmental elements that can affect cancer development
Studies that Dr. Trepanier has coming up
How these studies could also help us better understand cancer development in humans
Research into bladder cancer in boxers
What measuring chemicals in dogs can tell us about cancer development
Why you should avoid using herbicides on your lawn
Drinking filtered vs unfiltered water
There are so many things in our environment that have the potential to teach us more about why we get cancer and how to prevent it. I’m very grateful for amazing researchers like Dr. Trepanier who are helping us learn more and more.
Thanks for joining us for this discussion and don’t forget to check the resources mentioned if you are interested in Dr. Trepanier’s clinical trials.
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