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Old dogs, new tricks: 10,000 pets needed for scientific study

The National Institute of Aging is paying $23 million for a study of aging in dogs. Because the two species share a similar environment, the results have great potential to translate to human health, according to Daniel Promislow of the University of Washington School of Medicine. (Adobe Image)

The National Institute of Aging is paying $23 million for a study of aging in dogs. Because the two species share a similar environment, the results have great potential to translate to human health, according to Daniel Promislow of the University of Washington School of Medicine. (Adobe Image)

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