Nationwide releases findings on cancer in dogs

Nationwide releases findings on cancer in dogs

Nationwide analyzed cancer claims for 1.6 million dogs insured by the company from 2015-21 and released the results in a white paper on March 8 at the WVC Annual Conference in Las Vegas.

Go to full article: https://www.avma.org/news/nationwide-releases-findings-cancer-dogs

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