New Treatment for Deadly Cancer

Oral squamous cell carcinoma is the most common oral cancer affecting cats, hitting the gums, tongue, palate, and tonsils. It’s hard to remove all of the tumor surgically because it embeds in the mouth tissues so deeply. Average survival time is 3 months. But that may change as a result of a new treatment being […]
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