Veterinarians help "hero" dog win cancer fight

12/25/2012 | San Francisco Chronicle

A dog who lost her snout and upper jaw after jumping in front of a speeding motorcycle, saving two of her owner's family members, seems to have beaten cancer after undergoing chemotherapy at the University of California, Davis, said university veterinarian Gina Davis. The dog, Kabang, came to the U.S. from the Philippines and still must be treated for heartworms before she can have surgery to address her facial wound from the collision.

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