The Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation (ICCI) at the University of Guelph is dedicated to providing comprehensive cancer care for companion animals and to unlocking the deadly secrets of the disease for the benefit of all species, including humans.

Launched in 2007, the institute is the first of its kind in Canada, combining our expertise in basic cancer biology and veterinary medicine through an integrated approach to cancer, unmatched in a human health care environment.

The centre's work entails the collaborative research of more than 30 cancer investigators from at least a dozen departments across the university: cancer biologists, veterinarians, chemists, mathematicians, computer scientists, toxicologists, psychologists and others who represent Guelph's unique capacity to broaden the scope of research and deepen our understanding of cancer.

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