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A Different Animal: Cancer in Pets and People

30 Jul

In this article, we take a brief look at how cancers that are important in people usually manifest differently in our pets.

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Cancer in Cats: Early Diagnosis Gives the Best Prognosis

29 Jul

In the most simple terms, cancer occurs when normal cells become abnormal and they divide and thus replicate in an uncontrolled manner.

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Lymphoma in Cats – The Conscious Cat

28 Jul

Lymphoma, also known as lymphosarcoma, is one of the most common cancers in cats. It accounts for 90% of all blood cancers in cats, and for about a third of all tumors overall in cats.

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Resources for You > FDA Provides Important Information to Veterinarians about PACCAL VET-CA1 for Treating Cancer in Dogs

24 Jun

In February 2014, FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine conditionally approved PACCAL VET-CA1, an antineoplastic drug intended to treat dogs with mammary carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma. Below is a brief reference guide for veterinarians on PACCAL VET-CA1.

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