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  • Cancer drug tested in pet dogs is now bound for human trials

    University of Illinois chemistry professor Paul Hergenrother, left, and veterinary clinical medicine professor Tim Fan led a study of an anti-cancer compound in pet dogs that is now headed for human clinical trials.

    University of Illinois chemistry professor Paul Hergenrother, left, and veterinary clinical medicine professor Tim Fan led a study of an anti-cancer compound in pet dogs that is now headed for human clinical trials.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      University of Illinois chemistry professor Paul Hergenrother, left, and veterinary clinical medicine professor Tim Fan led a study of an anti-cancer compound in pet dogs that is now headed for human clinical trials.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • To reach Paul Hergenrother, call 217-333-0363; email hergenro@illinois.edu. To reach Tim Fan, call 217-333-5375; email t-fan@illinois.edu.