Melanomas in Horses

Dr. Martha Mallicote of the University of Florida shares information about melanomas, including the prevalence of these cancer tumors in gray horses and specific horse breeds.
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Dr. Martha Mallicote of the University of Florida shares information about melanomas, including the prevalence of these cancer tumors in gray horses and specific horse breeds.Dr. Martha Mallicote of the University of Florida shares information about melanomas, including the prevalence of these cancer tumors in gray horses and specific horse breeds.1/24/2014 15:00

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Martha Mallicote, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, is a large animal clinical assistant professor at the University of Florida. Her interests include neonatology and endocrine disease.

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