5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Cancer-Free for Life

Bone Cancer in Dogs

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  • Dr. Nicola Mason, an assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, is researching a new treatment for canine osteosarcoma, which is a common and very aggressive bone cancer that primarily affects large and giant breed dogs. Even with the current standard of treatment, which is amputation of the affected limb and chemotherapy, the average survival rate for dogs with this type of cancer is about a year.

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