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Malignant mammary tumors: Biologic behavior, prognostic factors, and therapeutic approach in cats
Most mammary tumors in cats are malignant, and metastasis is common. The prognosis depends on how far the cancer has spread and the tumor's biologic behavior, among other things. Find out how to improve the outcome in these critically ill cats.


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