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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 30 May 2011 12:54 #2888

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Hi BG,

Yes it is frustrating dealing with people who are always doubting. MMS does not cause bleeding, if it does, then it is a healing reaction that needs to happen. If it is a healing reaction, then you sometimes do want to back off on the dose so that the reaction is bearable. Too much bleeding, nausea, diarrhea or pain indicates the dose should be reduced to keep it bearable.

When fighting cancer, the problem is you don't have time on your side. This disease is growing and wants to take your life. If the 2 doses a day are not stopping the cancer from growing, then the dog won't make it. So it is a tricky matter of finding a balance and yet keeping the cancer from gaining.

I would try to get MMS2 into the dose, just start slow. You never know if or when a violent healing flareup can occur. If it is a healing flareup though, the dog will get real sick for a little while and then be much better off than it was before, so hopefully the owner will see this and want to continue.

If the dog was bleeding before the MMS, then the bleeding is a part of the cancer and it will go up and down during the healing process. I think you are doing all you can BG, thanks for your efforts.

Keep us posted,

Michael
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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 09 Jun 2011 08:10 #3076

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A little update on the progress.

The dog is now on:

MMS1 (1/4 drop 2 hrs apart, 3-4 doses)
MMS2 (1/4 pill once a day)
Bowl of water with 1-2 drops MMS1

Just today, owner noticed he is bleeding more from his mouth. Constantly tired.

I have a feeling we are losing this battle because owner does not dare to increase dosage.
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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 23 Jun 2011 09:30 #3362

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We lost the dog on the 20th. I guess the owner was just not ready to keep increasing the dosage for fear that the dog would suffer more. I think it is the doubt that actually pulled her back.

She went for a meditation retreat on the 17th and left the dog to her sister's care. Maybe the dog chose to leave then, not wanting the owner to see it go? Perhaps he chose to as he lost the confidence to fight on without the owner around.

Well, I am sure she already did what she felt was the best for the dog.

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 18 Jun 2014 14:25 #45586

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hi michael

was this an activated drop of mms in water that is being suggested to give the dog hourly?

when you say one drop were you mentioning one drop acivated with hcl without water?

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 20 Jun 2014 11:37 #45655

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Just a little note, Dog did not behave like Human. Simple thing like Chocolate are poison for them. Xylitol a regular sugar use for Diabetic people or in low calorie diets are extremely Poison for them. MMS work perfect on them because we have testimonies of cases cure with MMS. MMS2 is a completely different chemical that I will suggest leave it alone for human testing not in animal.

I know that Jim suggest the use on the book. The problem here is not Jim suggestion is Manufacturer. This product is made by so many people and there 40 to 20 % of unknow additive that we don't know if can harm your dog. For that reason I place the note.

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 12 Apr 2015 20:01 #49544

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Since the last comment in this thread points out the impurities with available sources of MMS2, perhaps someone can post a reliable source, product name or description of the product that contains the least impurities. Also... note that DMSO added orally will not only provide pain relief but also and, unfortunately amplify the effects of the impurities too.

The two dogs reviewed in this thread sadly did not make it.
In your opinion, was it because:
a) people did not follow directions,
b) the directions were not clear,
c) the products were not pure or
d) something else occurred and
e) we don't know the whole story

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Re: Ongoing Cancer Treatment for Pet Dog 12 Apr 2015 20:11 #49545

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Hi Michael,

I noticed your 'milk is fine' response and wanted to offer my concern.

Many dogs are lactose intolerant and thus, lactose free milk may be something to recommend.
Otherwise, you would not know if the vomiting, discomfort, diarrhea etc is due to the milk or the MMS dosage

one source:
www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-feeding-tips/...milk-dairy-products/

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