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Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease [Photo credit: Elizabeth Murchison] This second cancer, known as Devil Facial Tumour 2 (DFT2) causes tumours that.

Devil facial tumour disease (DFTD) is an aggressive non-viral clonally transmissible cancer which affects Tasmanian devils, a marsupial native to Australia. DFTD was first described in In the subsequent decade the disease ravaged Tasmania's wild devils. . images of devils with facial tumours near Mount William in Tasmania's.

There's fresh hope for the survival of endangered Tasmanian devils after large numbers were killed off by facial tumours. The world's largest.