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Scientific organizations worry that a movement to grant more rights to pets could spill over to mice and lab rats.
A condition known as microchimerism, when an individual ends up with traces of someone else's genetic material, can happen in dogs as well as humans.
Most future human diseases will come from animals, and our pets could be one source of those illnesses.
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This is the first time doctors have used DNA sequencing for emergency diagnosis and treatment.
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