• 24 APR 14
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    Squamous-cell carcinoma

    On radio, television and in the printed media we humans are constantly warned about the dangers of exposure to the harmful rays of the sun. We are warned to cover our skin…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    Rabies in South Africa

    Rabies in South Africa

    Rabies is fully preventable and yet results in thousands of human deaths per year. According to the World Health Organization an estimated 55 000 human deaths occur worldwide per year due to…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    Feline Infectious Peritonitis

    Feline Infectious Peritonitis

    Infection of a cat with the FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) virus is any cat breeder or cat owner’s worst nightmare. Not only is it very difficult to diagnose…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    Feline AIDS

    Feline AIDS

    For some years veterinarians and researchers have noticed syndromes of immunodeficiency or weakness of the immune system in cats which could not be explained.

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    • 23 APR 14
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    Cushing’s disease in dogs

    Most species of animals have naturally occurring cortisone in their bodies. A small pair of glands located near each kidney called the Adrenal Glands produces…

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