Dog's lymphoma can become resistant to chemotherapy

Although 90% of dogs with canine lymphoma who undergo chemotherapy experience remission, in some dogs, veterinary oncologist Philip Bergman says that the lymphoma may become resistant to chemotherapy, though there are ways to alter the treatment that might make it more effective. Canine separation anxiety and dramatic weight loss in aged cats are also addressed in this article.

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