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Cancer in hedgehogs: early detection is the key

[COLOR=Blue]Cancer is a serious health threat for hedgehogs, as it is with other animals. Early detection is the best policy, as many benign and malignant tumors can be surgically removed, avoiding more serious health problems in the future. Know your hedgehog's body, shape, and normal habits. Watch for signs of illness including lumps, lethargy, sudden decrease in appetite or elimination, and so forth.

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