Major Canine Cancer Breakthrough

The Food & Drug Administration approves new cancer drug for dogs: Whilst conducting medical trials, the drug called Palladia or toceranib phosphate, has been found to reduce cutaneous mast-cell tumours better than a placebo alternative.

These mast-cell tumours are responsible for one-in-five skin tumours found in dogs, which are often found as lumps on the skin but can be spread to other places. These are the second most common form of the 1.2 million cases of cancer reported each year in dogs.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Major Canine Cancer Breakthrough

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