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    VIDEO: Buddy, an 11 year old Wheaten Terrier from Cary, NC gets radiation treatment in the aftermath of cancer surgery at the N.C. State Veterinary Hospital in Raleigh, NC, Thursday, March 3, 2016. Both human and canine cancer doctors will participate in a symposium pairing researchers at Duke and N.C. State in a search for better cancer treatments.

VIDEO: Buddy, an 11 year old Wheaten Terrier from Cary, NC gets radiation treatment in the aftermath of cancer surgery at the N.C. State Veterinary Hospital in Raleigh, NC, Thursday, March 3, 2016. Both human and canine cancer doctors will participate in a symposium pairing researchers at Duke and N.C. State in a search for better cancer treatments. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Buddy, an 11 year old Wheaten Terrier from Cary, NC gets radiation treatment in the aftermath of cancer surgery at the N.C. State Veterinary Hospital in Raleigh, NC, Thursday, March 3, 2016. Both human and canine cancer doctors will participate in a symposium pairing researchers at Duke and N.C. State in a search for better cancer treatments. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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