Colorado university treats cat's bone cancer with radiation and chemo

A three-day search for treatment led the owner of a 28-pound, 10-year-old tabby named Cyrano to Dr. Steve Withrow and the veterinarians at Colorado State University's Animal Cancer Center. Cyrano, diagnosed with osteosarcoma, is believed to be one of the first cats in the country to be treated with chemotherapy and SRS radiation instead of amputation.

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