Dog Missing Snout Is Now Cancer Free

“There is no evidence of any remaining tumor,” doctors say

  Dog missing snout is now cancer free
Several weeks ago, a dog that lost its snout while saving two girls from a speeding motorcycle made headlines after the news broke that, besides missing half its face, it was also suffering with cancer.

Several weeks ago, a dog that lost its snout while saving two girls from a speeding motorcycle made headlines after the news broke that, besides missing half its face, it was also suffering with cancer.

Recent news on this topic informs us that, following chemotherapy, Kabang is now cancer free, which means that it is one step closer to having its facial wound treated.

Granted, the heartworms in its arteries are still there and this snoutless dog will also have to undergo treatment in order to get rid of them, but all in all things seem to be looking up.

“There is no evidence of any remaining tumor. As far as we know, she has been cured of the transmissible venereal tumor,” explained Gina Davis, a specialist presently working with the University of California.

Hopefully, more information on this topic will soon be made available to the general public.

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