A huge collection of dog tumefaction examples is exposing the secrets of a contagious, parasite-like cancer that may help explain peoples cancers too.
Saturated in the Himalayas, a dog that is heavy-coated behind the hem of the Buddhist monk’s robes. Another dog collapses into a sliver of shade, escaping the heat of the midday sun on the streets of Panama City. A cancer grows on their bodies. Their tumors each look unique—their distended, crumbling contours flush with fresh arteries appearing from beneath an end right here or between your legs here. Continue reading “How a 6,000-Year-Old puppy Cancer Spread throughout the world”