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Brazilian scientists develop method to castrate animals without surgery

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Neutering is a public health measure considered one of the most essential forms of population control for dogs and cats. The measure reduces the reproduction rate, abandonment and transmission of diseases among animals.

To reduce the number of street animals and promote access to spaying and neutering, scientists from the University of Brasilia (UnB) have developed fast and non-surgical spaying and neutering method for dogs and cats.

The studies were conducted by researchers Vanessa Nicolau de Lima, a doctoral student in the Graduate Program in Animal Biology, and Juliana Lis Mendes de Brito, a postdoctoral . . .

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