ARH Surgery Nurse Kasey Findlay knew something was wrong with her 12 year old Blue Burmese Gilly (named after cricket legend Adam Gillchrist!) He was lethargic and not eating for 24hrs. So she took him to ARH to find out more...

An ultrasound revealed a hairball which was removed in surgery by ARH Specialist Surgeon Dr Sarah Goldsmid, however a biopsy of the small intestine ultimately came back indicating a lymphoma - basically a type of gastrointestinal cancer.
Despite her vast experience as a Surgery Nurse, Kasey wanted to learn more about Gilly's condition so asked Oncology Specialist Dr David Lurie to explain.







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