DENVER, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chicago Tribune has published a feature story on the terrible incidence of canine cancer, the extent of the problem, implications for loving dog owners, and treatments and scientific research under way to help dogs with cancer. See link at end of release. Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) is cited as leading a global campaign to cure canine cancer in the next 10 to 20 years. MAF can help provide the press with local contacts and angles, interviews, and photos for development of a feature story. See the MAF canine cancer site at http://www.CureCanineCancer.org or the MAF site at http://www.MorrisAnimalFoundation.org. To arrange a canine cancer feature article or TV news story with a local angle, contact: Michael Burke, mburke@MorrisAnimalFoundation.org, 303-883-6551.
Please visit http://www.MorrisAnimalFoundation.org and click on the news box to view the story.
About Morris Animal Foundation: Morris Animal Foundation, established in 1948, is dedicated to funding research that protects, treats and cures companion animals and wildlife. MAF has been at the forefront of funding breakthrough research studies benefiting animals in some 100 countries, spanning all seven continents on earth. MAF has its headquarters in Denver, Colorado. The Foundation has funded nearly 1,400 humane animal health studies with funds totaling more than $51 million. One hundred percent of annual donations go to fund health study programs. For more information, call (800) 243-2345, or visit http://www.MorrisAnimalFoundation.org.
|SOURCE Morris Animal Foundation|
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