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Cancer in horses

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Cancer in horses

Although cancer (neoplasia) is not common in horses, they can occasionally develop a local or generalised form. Common cancers in horses include sarcoids, melanomas and squamous cell carcinomas.

Melanomas under the tail of a grey horse

What is cancer?

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What types of cancer could affect my horse?

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How will I know if my horse has cancer?

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