Melanomas: Gray Horses vs. Solid-Colored Horses

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A recent Austrian study has shown that melanomas in gray horses are less malignant than those found in solid-colored horses characterized by early metastases (cancer that started from cancer cells from another part of the body). Researchers believe this might be because gray horses have specific genetic factors that inhibit the metastatic processes. Additionally, the researchers found that th

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