Canine Cancer – Osteosarcoma

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“The risk of bone cancer is slightly higher in males than females. In addition, it is 65% higher for castrated males and 34% higher for spayed females. The probability of developing bone cancer was higher both in females spayed at less than one year of age, as well as males castrated when they were less than a year old, compared with animals that were not spayed or neutered. Apparently, sex hormones are somewhat protective against the disease.”
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