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Herpesvirus Drives the Development of Cervical Cancer in Sea Lions

News   Mar 31, 2021 | Original story from The Marine Mammal Center

 
Herpesvirus Drives the Development of Cervical Cancer in Sea Lions

California sea lion Moonunit was one of 258 sea lions examined in necropsy, or animal autopsy, for cancer at The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, CA. Credit: The Marine Mammal Center

 
 
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