Can vaccines can cause cancer in cats?

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    KeriWposted 7 years ago

    Can vaccines can cause cancer in cats?

    I've heard it's better to vaccinate cats every second year (rather than every year).  What are your thoughts on this?

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    tmgoldmarketingposted 7 years ago

    It is important to know, That each different & specific vaccine gets injected into a different site on the patient. To be clear, vaccines must never be given in the same injection site as another type of vaccine. This may lead to development of an incurable cancer called an injection site Sarcoma. Conversely, it is important to inject the same vaccine, in the same area, every time, in each patient. This will help determine which vaccine caused the reaction, if any. Remember, each patient is different, and each patient may or may not react to one or many of the variety of vaccines. Obviously this is information that is important for both the owner and their veterinarian.

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