Cancer Is More Common in Some Dog Breeds, According to a New Study 

Cancer is more common in some dog breeds than others, according to a recent study. 

Studies have shown that larger dog breeds are not always more likely to develop cancer. 

In addition, Nunney informed the news source that dogs do not grow cancerous as they get older, in contrast to humans. 

Large canines actually have a lower risk of having cancer than small or medium-sized dogs since  

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they don't live as long, according to Nunney, who also noted that huge dogs usually die at a younger age. 

Nunney elaborated by saying that the study's results and model can be utilized to figure out if certain breeds are more likely to get a certain cancer. 

Results concerning cancer in dogs were the subject of a study that came out earlier this week in Royal Society Open Science. 

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