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2 MILLION DOGS 2 MILES
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2 Million Dogs
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D Animal related
D12 Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution
H Medical Research
H30 Cancer Research
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2 Million Dogs Foundation is committed to discovering the common links between canine and human cancers and the causes of these cancers through comparative oncology research. Our organization will accomplish that mission in the following ways. Education and AwarenessThe field of comparative oncology is relatively new and 2 Million Dogs will educate people about its tremendous potential through a global campaign of strategic partnerships, seminars, speaking engagements, social media, events, broadcasts, and other forms of media. Empowerment and MobilizationThrough The Puppy Up! Walk, we are building the largest pet and people cancer community in the world; from business people to artists to scientists and humanitarians, a partnership forged with the singular purpose of ridding the world of its deadliest disease. Investment in Research2 Million Dogs scientific objectives are: Broadening our understanding of the links between human and companion animal cancer, creating a cross institutional collaborative platform, developing new approaches to research, and funding translational cancer studies that benefit both pets and people.
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Puppy Up! Walks
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Puppy Up! Walks are held across the country to educate, raise awareness for comparative oncology and to raise funds for resea.rch
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Through education the public about the similarities between canine cancers and human cancers we hope to increase funding for research. Through research we plan to find the causes of cancer.
Program Short-Term Success:
We hope to educate pet owners on the early warning signs of cancer in their companion animals. Hopefully, resulting in early diagnoses and treatment.
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