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    interesting Article about Cancer in Purebred Dogs - It is very similar to human cancer

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      SandiA

      I have had two dogs with cancer. What was interesting is my little dachshund had what they believed to be a cancerous tumor on her neck. They said it was too intwined to be removed. She lived a while with it. About two years later I ended up with a subcutaneous melanoma tumor on my neck. It took two surgeries to remove the whole thing. They had to call a specialist in. Thought it was interesting. I also thought to myself I wonder if this is how my little doggy felt.

      about 12 hours ago
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      Cancer is Everywhere and is an epidemic. BUT Not treated as such. One in two boys one in three girls born today will get cancer and those are probably on the low side. Take finding away from the drug companies as it's like the fox guarding the chicken coop. They've had 70 years and still no cure......OYE.

      about 11 hours ago
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      They think the cancer that Stonewall had is caused by him being neutered. It's a new form of blood cancer that grows until it bursts, causing the dog to bleed internally. I watched on Dr. Pol, where a dog was running and slid on a fresh waxed floor into the fridge. That burst the cancer. Spaying does that to female dogs.

      I felt mad when I found that out, then I thought that intact dogs get reproductive cancers.

      about 4 hours ago
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