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March 5, 2012 - Issue 206

Mast Cell Tumor: This is One Lump You Can't Ignore

March 5, 2012 | 150,817 Views

It can crop up anywhere on your pet's body and defy description. It can be large... small... on the skin... under the skin... in a vital organ... or in all those places. It may be fairly innocent and easily treated... or it can be aggressively malignant. If you find a lump on your pet's body, it could be a mast cell tumor. Learn why you can't ignore it.

All Talk, No Action

March 5, 2012 | 8,472 Views

Be careful what you wish for!

Primate Mother of Twins Defies the Odds

March 5, 2012 | 6,907 Views

Did you know twins born to wild primates rarely survive? Sadly, either both infants die or only one grows to maturity. But one free-ranging female Tibetan macaque in China has so far defied the odds. She's the proud parent of two 2 year-old twin boys.

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