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LSU’s tiger mascot, diagnosed with rare cancer, to receive first-of-its-kind treatment

An innovative form of therapy will be used in an attempt to save Mike the Tiger, the Louisiana State University mascot who has a rare, inoperable and terminal cancer. The 11-year-old tiger — technically Mike VI — has a tumor that is displacing his right eye and is showing no signs of being in pain, […]
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