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Cancer therapy

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Claire Speight

Emma Purnell


Cancer therapy

Like with humans and other mammals, rabbits can be affected by several types of cancer. Some of these are more common than others and some are preventable. The therapy options available to rabbits will vary on a case-by-case basis and depend upon several factors.

A basal cell skin tumour
©Richard Saunders

What is cancer?

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What types of cancer can rabbits get?

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How is cancer diagnosed?

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Is chemotherapy in rabbits the same as in human?

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Will the treatment cure my rabbit?

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What if my rabbit doesn’t respond to treatment?

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Can cancer be prevented?

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