Science: Tasmanian devils claw their way back from extinction – a new study in Science, suggests the remaining 15,000 devils have reached a détente with the cancer.
The Conversation: Tasmanian devils look set to conquer their own pandemic – new research, shows Tasmanian devils are likely to survive despite the infectious cancer that has ravaged their populations.
Unravelling the cancer puzzle from an ecological and evolutionary perspective – an Australian and French International Associated Laboratory – Professor Frédéric Thomas (CNRS), France; and Associate Professor Beata Ujvari, Deakin University.
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Darwin and the devil’s plight: is natural selection finding a way to combat cancer?
For more information: press release by UTas media office
Embassy of France in Canberra: The International Research Project CANECEV rewarded with two research grants