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Short answer: The prognosis for feline leprosy is good, but the treatment takes a long time. The sooner any existing granulomas are surgically removed, the better the prognosis. Long answer: There is little known about feline leprosy because it's a relatively rare condition and it's very hard to grow the involved pathogens in a laboratory setting. If you ...


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