Cancerous lesion at vaccination site is uncommon

08/18/2013 | BerksPets.com (Reading, Pa.)

Injection-site sarcomas, also known as vaccine-associated sarcomas, are rare and not a reason to forgo feline vaccinations, writes veterinarian Lee Pickett, who says the incidence of such tumors is 0.5 to 2 per 10,000 vaccinations. The risk of contracting diseases vaccines protect against is a much greater concern, Dr. Pickett argues.

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