How A Cancer Treatment That’s Helping Dogs Could Help Humans
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Date: Oct 28th, 2016
PHILADELPHIA – By most accounts Yogi, a bichon shih tzu mix, is propitious to be alive.
“It was a longest weekend of my life,” pronounced Yogi’s mom Linda Coppola of Langhorne, Bucks County. In Jan 2016, a slight outing to the vetrevealed Yogi had lymphoma.
“They pronounced we had to get treatment right away,” Coppola said.
“It’s utterly an assertive form of disease,” pronounced Dr. Nicola Mason of a University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine, adding “often times primarily a dogs indeed feel utterly good though but diagnosis it can swell and utterly fast lead to some fatalities within about 6-8 weeks if they’re not treated.” More
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