Fido's Prescription | GenomeWeb

Fido's Prescription

More and more, the New York Times' Andrew Pollack writes, people consider their pets to be part of the family and are more willing to spend greater sums to treat them when they fall ill. And biotech entrepreneurs are wondering, why there aren't more treatments available for cats and dogs.

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