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Environmental exposures and lymphoma risk: a nested case–control study using the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study cohort

Kristofer R. Luethcke, Lauren A. Trepanier, Ashleigh N. Tindle, Julia D. Labadie. Canine Med Genet 9, 10 (2022).

Lymphoma is the second most common cancer affecting Golden Retrievers and is hypothesized to arise through a complex interaction of genetic and environmental factors. The aim of this nested case–control study was to investigate the association between potential environmental pollutant sources and lymphoma risk among Golden Retrievers participating in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study.