The Clean Label Project is soliciting data from pet parents who have or have had a dog or cat that was diagnosed with cancer—to examine the data and any correlations that can be made between their food and types of cancer.
Clean Label Project is undertaking a much needed and significant research project. “Though there has been significant research relating toxins to a number of cancers in humans, our canine and kitty counterparts have not had that same luxury.” The organization is gathering data on pets diagnosed with cancer (over the past 10 years) in hopes to gain insight into what could be triggering the high cancer incidents in pets.
From the Clean Label Project:
The Clean Label project intends to use this data to identify systematic relationships between brands of pet food and the incidence of cancer using both anecdotal reports from pet owners and our own analytical chemistry data on the presence of known or suspected carcinogens on pet food products.
Clean Label Project hopes to get as many participants as possible—and encourages everyone who has had a dog or cat diagnosed with cancer in the last 10 years to participate in this important survey. There is an option to submit multiple submissions if one owner has had multiple animals with cancer diagnoses.
To provide your information in the survey – visit: http://www.cleanlabelproject.org/pet-cancer-survey/
Looking forward to the results of this survey.
Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,
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