Early tumor detection improves odds for animals with cancer

08/5/2011 | Kelowna Capital News (British Columbia)

Tumors can be either benign or malignant and only the malignant ones are considered cancerous, but determining whether cancer is present as soon as tumors are noticed may be key to managing the disease, writes veterinarian Moshe Oz. Needle aspirations are less invasive but also provide less reliable results than surgical biopsies, which require the use of sedation, he writes.

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