Animal Models for Tumors of the Female Genital Tract

  • June Marchant


The ultimate objective of animal studies of cancer is to achieve a better understanding of factors responsible for human disease in the hope that it may be eliminated or controlled. Information about spontaneously occurring tumors comes largely from veterinary records of tumors in domesticated animals, but also from wild animals and animals in zoos and laboratories. Study of the commonly occurring tumors in animals can provide epidemiologic and other clues to their etiology, as well as material for biologic and therapeutic investigation.


Ovarian Tumor Endometrial Carcinoma Natl Cancer Inst Uterine Cervix Syrian Hamster 
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