Excerpt from Monographs on Medical and Allied Subjects: No. 1, Issued June 30, 1910
The number Of tumors Of rats, which have been studied in a manner similar to the tumors Of mice, is small, in spite Of the fact that rat tumors had been transplanted successfully before mouse tumors. Moreover, the variety Of rat tumors thus far transplanted exceeds the variety Of transplantable mouse tumors, for while nearly all the mouse tumors thus far described have been epithelial neo plasms derived from the mammary gland Of the female mouse, far more sarcomata have been encountered in rats than epithelial tumors, and both have sprung from diverse parts Of the body.
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