First Malignant Cancer Diagnosed In A Dinosaur

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First Malignant Cancer Diagnosed In A Dinosaur, 76 Million Years Too Late

Quote:When a fibula from a Centrosaurus apertus was found in 1989 in Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, it was not even recognized as hosting a cancer. Instead, its malformation was attributed to a partially healed fracture. However, on visiting the Royal Tyrrell Museum in 2017, Dr David Evans of the Royal Ontario Museum saw the leg bone and thought it deserved further investigation.…TYrKsPORzQ


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