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Bone Marrow Transplants Offer the Promise of a Cure for Canine Lymphoma

Not long ago, when a dog was diagnosed with lymphoma, one of the most common forms of canine cancer, pet guardians had little reason to hope for a cure.  With success rates of less than 2% and remission times lasting on average just over 12 months, current chemotherapy protocols have not been able to offer much promise of long term success.  But, a new method of treating dogs with lymphoma is changing all of that, writes Kerry Malak.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Bone Marrow Transplants Offer the Promise of a Cure for Canine Lymphoma

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