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Common cancers

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Common cancers

Sadly, from time to time, rabbits can be affected by cancer, which can take many different forms. Some cancers are more common than others and this factsheet will aim to look at those types more commonly seen in pet rabbits.

Fibrosarcoma, a type of skin cancer
©Richard Saunders

What is cancer?

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What types of cancer are there?

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How will I know if my rabbit has cancer?

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How is cancer diagnosed?

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Can cancer be treated?

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What other tumours can rabbits suffer from?

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