LYMPHOMA is the most rewarding cancer to treat with chemotherapy. Although a cure is hardly ever achieved and rarely the primary goal, chemotherapy can provide a good quality of life for the patient for a prolonged period of time. This article discusses the treatment options for managing lymphoma in dogs. An article published in the September issue (In Practice, volume 31, pp 380-384) described the classification of canine lymphomas and outlined how they may be diagnosed.
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