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Dog with cancer 17 Sep 2023 22:15 #79961

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My parents dog has cancer on the chest and kind of surrounding the leg. They put her on the starting protocol about 5 days ago. They give her all 8 doses an hour apart. She hate it. When they got to give her the 1/2 drop she got sick and they backed down to 1/4 drop, now moving forward again.

According to the starting protocol she should get from 1/8 to 1/2 drop. On protocol 1000 she should get from 1/2 to 1/8 drop.

They also apply a DMSO patch 3 times per day (1 drop MMS, 10 drops DMSO and 10 drops water) for 15 minutes.

Sadly the tumor is still growing.

Can we add DMSO in the oral dose already or must we wait until we completed protocol 1000?
Also can we add the DMSO patch more often? 
I think that it is too much to add 5 to 10 drops of MMS on the patch when she get so little in the oral dose. But am I wrong about this? The tumor is big like half a grapefruit. Can we add the patch more often than 3 times per day?
Anything else we can do to speed up the process?
Any other ideas?

Thank you so much for your advice!

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Dog with cancer 18 Sep 2023 00:21 #79962

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Here's what can happen with the right diet for dogs that have cancer.

Thomas Seyfried: Cancer: A Metabolic Disease With Metabolic Solutions



Around the 30 minute mark he shows pictures of the dog that was cured of cancer by eating a diet similar to its ancestor, the Grey Wolf. That dog lived another 4 years till 2019 and passed away with heart issues at 15 years old. 

You've Been Lied to about CANCER!!! [with Dr Thomas Seyfried, PhD]



This video is from 5 years later. For pets owners there's a great case study of a dog that developed a mass cell tumour on it's lip. That starts at the 54 minute mark. The owners were offered chemo and radiation therapy but declined. Next they tried a raw vegetable diet for a year but the tumour got worse. The they had a brain wave. Since all dogs are direct descendants of the Grey Wolf, why not feed it what the Grey Wolf eats, which is raw meat. Within a few months the tumour completely disappeared and the dog lived for another 4 years and passed away from heart issues at the grand old age of 15 years old. Amazing and I would say cancer free. 
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Dog with cancer 18 Sep 2023 08:18 #79964

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For the second video the same dog story as the first video starts around the 1 hour mark, not the 54 minute mark as I mentioned. My apologies.

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Dog with cancer 19 Sep 2023 17:03 #79967

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Thank you very much for your input. She was actually fed mostly like that. I am big believer of this diet. It can be difficult to get the right balance of vitamins when you do it like this. She also was not that fund of eating so she got lots of other things to just keep her happy throughout her life.
We are giving up. It was too late to keep trying and she is in pain so we will let her rest.
Thanks again.
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Dog with cancer 30 Sep 2023 20:23 #80015

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Sorry to hear about your loss.

Sometimes it can be "too late".

But you never really know except with 20/20 hindsight.

And it depends on how aggressive you want to be.

They can be difficult decisions.

All you can do is make the best decisions you can and hope they were the right ones.
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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