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Q. My beautiful 7yr M cat died 7mo ago of nasal/sinus CA. He appeared so healthy. He was a stray at 5mo. Told he could of inherited this. T or Not

A. I have never heard of a nasal/sinus tumor to be inherited, the cause of most tumors in this location is actually unknown, many believe it has to do with chronic upper respiratory infection that are very common in cats.

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DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

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