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Busy start for canine cancer centre

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THE Kennel Club Cancer Centre at the Animal Health Trust (AHT) has had a busy six months since it opened its doors to patients earlier this year. The centre reports that it has treated a fifth more animals than anticipated, delivering more than 250 radiation doses to 30 individual dogs of more than 15 breeds with seven different types of cancer. It has also treated more than 150 new canine cancer patients and given more than 200 doses of chemotherapy.

A patient is prepared for radiotherapy at the cancer centre

It notes that many of the patients treated at the …

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