The Canine Cancer Surprise of the Decade: A 50% Cure Rate for "Fatal" Cancer

Canine Cancer

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  • In the past decade, over 100 dogs with lymphoma have been cured with bone marrow transplants. This represents a 50 percent cure rate for a form of canine cancer that is typically fatal – even with chemotherapy –within two years of diagnosis

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