Allograft diseases

Allograft diseases

Allograft diseases are those in which cancerous cells are spread between individuals of the same species by physical contact. To date only two such diseases have been discovered, these are Devil facial tumour disease found in the Tasmanian Devil and canine transmissible venereal tumour which infects dogs.


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