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Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 16 May 2011 21:30 #2592

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Hi, my friend's dog has been diagnosed with cancer and vet has advised to 'make his remaining days as comfortable as possible'. He has an enlarged lymph node to his left neck region, left eye swollen as well.

He is still eating (very minimal) but has lost considerable weight.

She decided to try MMS1 and protocol 2000 commenced just yesterday.

[This is the first serious case we are working on here, where my friends, despite given all the information about MMS, are stubbornly resistant to even try.]

I want to know if we are doing it right so please advise if anything below looks incorrect.

- 3 drops MMS1 mixed with water into 1 full small syringe (2.5")
- hourly dosage for 12 hours
- vomited after food, watery
- reduce MMS drops and continue dosage
- increase MMS drop the next day

Are we giving him too much water?

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 16 May 2011 23:43 #2594

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Hi welcome to the Forum BG,

Sounds like it must be a large dog. What you are doing looks right. If vomit or get sicker then reduce dose. If you can do it hourly for 12 hrs that is great. I don't think you can give too much water. If the animal accepts it, then it must okay. Advice is always to give plenty of water.

Jim recommends MMS2 in this situation also. One capsule for each 200 lbs of weight, so a 50 lbs dog gets a 1/4 capsule dose.

The MMS could very well save the animal, especially since it sounds like you are getting it down hourly.

Here is an excerpt from Jim's book that seems very applicable,

Any animal that is very sick, lying down, or has cancer or other life threatening
conditions really needs the hourly treatment. If it causes
them to be sicker, then reduce the dose to a half drop per 2 hours, or
even a quarter drop per 2 hours (per 50 pounds or 25 kg of their body
weight), but usually they will be able to take the one drop per hour
per 50 lbs. of body weight. If they have cancer and other bad things,
add the MMS2 at one capsule every other hour. In this case you will
be doing both MMS1 and 2. Keep this up until the animal is well.
In the case of cancer, you will need to use even more than one drop
for each increment of body weight. Use as much as you can but don’t
make the animal sicker. If the animal gets sicker, stop until it is back
where it was when you started and then start again with a smaller
amount.


Good work, keep us posted,

Michael

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 16 May 2011 23:58 #2595

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Thanks Michael, for the quick reply.

He is actually a small dog, but I read that "In the case of cancer, you will need to use even more than one drop for each increment of body weight", so I went ahead with increment to 3 drops/hr since it is life threatening. Right now, he is on 2 drops/hr until his next meal.

Because he is only eating once a day, apart from his vomiting, we don't know how else to observe if he has nausea. Apparently, he is taking it quite well.

I don't have MMS2 yet, so keeping him on MMS1 in the meantime. :)

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 17 May 2011 13:09 #2609

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Fluffie (name of friend's dog) had difficulty breathing (loud breathing) earlier this morning. Guessing that it could be some mucus in the lungs? So we put him back to just 1 drop morning and night.

Just now, his breathing is back to normal so going to increase dosage tomorrow. :)

Don't know if it is necessary to reduce so drastically, but since we are keeping the MMS constantly in him, it will do, I guess? Objective is to get him back to the hourly dosage.

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 17 May 2011 16:05 #2613

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Yes it does sound like mucous in the lungs. You know you can probably rely more on the dog's intuition by putting a bowl of water with activated MMS in front of him. Let him drink as much as he wants.

Jim tells the story of the snake bit dog in his book and they just kept putting bowls of MMS water in front of him. He said the dog could tell by sniffing the water if it wanted more. At first the dog kept drinking bows of mms water every 15 minutes but then reduced later.

Animals how awesome instincts so I would make it available to him so he can self treat also. I would also try to get back to hourly dosing as well.

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 18 May 2011 07:48 #2628

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Dear Michael,

I was trying to send an email to Jim Humble, but it keeps coming back all the time. So I was searching in the internet and finally found this forum and I would like to ask for your help.
We live in Germany (I hope you can follow my english...) and have a 9 year old rottweiler. In February we got the diagnosis osteosarcoma in her hind leg. Since then the volume of the leg with the tumor increased from 16 cm to 30 cm. In April we started given her 200 mg Artemisinin and several homeopathic "medicaments" plus painkillers. Three weeks ago a frind told me about mms and her success defeating her rheumatism. So last week we started giving our dog mms – we startet with two drops up to 12 drops every two hours for three days. As she didn´t take it with water we tried with milk and she loved it. After these three days (last Saturday) we intend to make a pause of four days and then start again with 12 drops twice for maybe 3 weeks. As we are not sure if this will work I would like to ask your advice if this procedure and the dosis is the right one. We would appreciate it a lot if you could help us to find the right way and give us an advice. We love our "baby" a lot and would do everything to save her life.

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Ute

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 18 May 2011 08:21 #2629

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Hi Ute welcome to the Forum!

Your English is just fine and sure I'll be happy to help with your "baby."

You definitely do not want to pause the treatment, keep going with it till she is well. You want to use MMS1 every hour for at least 8 hours per day. That excerpt from the book I posted earlier is applicable here too,

Any animal that is very sick, lying down, or has cancer or other life threatening
conditions really needs the hourly treatment. If it causes
them to be sicker, then reduce the dose to a half drop per 2 hours, or
even a quarter drop per 2 hours (per 50 pounds or 25 kg of their body
weight), but usually they will be able to take the one drop per hour
per 50 lbs. of body weight. If they have cancer and other bad things,
add the MMS2 at one capsule every other hour. In this case you will
be doing both MMS1 and 2. Keep this up until the animal is well.
In the case of cancer, you will need to use even more than one drop
for each increment of body weight. Use as much as you can but don’t
make the animal sicker. If the animal gets sicker, stop until it is back
where it was when you started and then start again with a smaller
amount.


So you want to increase the number of drops (in milk is fine) as much as you can without making the dog sicker. And you also want to use MMS2, which is calcium hypochlorite pool shock. Do you have MMS2, or can you get it? The dose is 1 capsule for 200 lbs, so you'll reduce it since your dog weighs less.

Get her on the hourly doses and MMS2 and let me know if you have any other questions, and keep us posted. This should definitely cure the cancer, you just have to keep going till it's gone.

Healing wishes,

Michael

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 18 May 2011 08:30 #2630

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Hi Michael,

Fluffie is having breathing difficulty again after just 1 dose of MMS last night. He is now in a daze half the time. Nausea?

My friend is a little doubtful of MMS, so I need to keep her informed very closely. All hope is lost if she decides to stop...

Will put him on 1/2 drop tonight if his breathing is back to normal. Hope the dose is effectively enough to at least stop the cancer from spreading faster for now.

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 18 May 2011 14:00 #2632

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Hi BG,

Any dose at all is better than nothing, half a drop for a small dog is pretty good. He just needs it more than once a day. If you could give a quarter drop or even less more than once a day that would be good. For a small dog (10 lbs) a quarter drop is like 1.25 drops for a human. Even 1/8th of a drop would be significant for a small dog.

I do not think the breathing difficulty is from the MMS, at least not directly. No one is ever reporting that symptom from MMS. But if the MMS makes him sicker, then you do have to reduce dose like Jim says. I don't know what the daze is, maybe it is nausea like you suggest.

Have you tried making a bowl of MMS treated water (or maybe milk or juice) available, is the dog too sick for that or not interested?

Continued best wishes,

Michael

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