Malignant Melanomas in Horses: What Do They Mean?

Many horses live with melanoma. Others don’t. Dr. Susan White explains what it means for a tumor to be malignant.
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Many horses live with melanoma. Others don’t. Dr. Susan White explains what it means for a tumor to be malignant.Many horses live with melanoma. Others don’t. Dr. Susan White explains what it means for a tumor to be malignant.12/1/2016 15:00

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Susan L. White, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM, is the Josiah Meigs Distinguished Professor, Emeritus of Large Animal Medicine at University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine. White has a long-standing interest in equine dermatology, lectures on the topic extensively nationally and internationally, and maintains an equine dermatology consulting service.

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