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Transitional Cell Carcinoma in Dogs

Dog receiving radiation therapy at veterinary oncology center


Overview


Transitional Cell Carcinoma, TCC for short, is a cancer of skin cells in the lining of the bladder.


Treatment


Treatment for TCCT include surgical removal of the bladder, chemotherapy, radiation and other medications depending on the severity of TCC and health of the dog.


Cost to Treat: $2,000 to $20,000


Pet health insurance can help pay for treatment if your dog suffers from cancer or any other life threatening illness.


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