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December 2009 Issue

Diagnosis: Feline Lymphoma

Owners can take measures to ward off the onset of this incurable disease that is a threat to cats of all ages.

The feline lymphatic system ó an exquisitely structured arrangement of internal organs and tissues ó directly or indirectly influences every aspect of a catís physical existence. For this reason, owners should be equipped to recognize the signs that suggest the presence of feline lymphoma, a potentially deadly cancer of the lymphatic system that can assault many areas of a catís body, including its liver, gastrointestinal system, spleen and skin.

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