Urine luck: A new test for canine bladder and prostate cancer

Urine luck: A new test for canine bladder and prostate cancer

Because the clinical signs of transitional cell carcinomas can mimic UTIs, some veterinary patients aren’t benefiting from early detection, proper diagnosis and treatment. Use these tools when treating high-risk breeds and help these dogs live longer, happier lives.

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