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Aggressive cancer in dog 28 Mar 2014 19:56 #42246

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I am brand new here and really need some help!

My 7yr old border collie was diagnosed yesterday with aggressive fibrosarcoma of her upper jaw and nose area. She has a large mass on the roof of her mouth.


I want to use the MMS but am confused by the dilutions and CDS and DMSO. Math has never been my strong area.


I have MMS, MMS2 capsules, CDS (ready made) and DMSO. I don't know what to use or how much. I have been giving her 5 drops MMS and 5 drops activator in 4 oz water twice a day. She gets it in her food as she eats and licks her bowl clean but fights me if I try to syringe it in.


She weighs 55 pounds and is eating, drinking and running around fine but the vets don't hold much time for her.


Please help.
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Barb

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Aggressive cancer in dog 28 Mar 2014 20:27 #42250

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Thank you so much Rev. Ray. She has a tumor on the roof of her mouth as well within the gum. Can I rub the DMSO mixture on the roof of her mouth and on the outside of her muzzle?

I had been putting drops of unactivated MMS in her bowl, unfortunately metal so I will stop using the metal dishes. The MMS2 capsule is very small so it is easy to get her to take it but is one capsule too strong?

Sorry for all the questions but I think we can lick this cancer or at minimum slow it down. She has been healthy and no vaccines excpet for mandatory rabies.

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Aggressive cancer in dog 28 Mar 2014 20:37 #42252

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Thank you. I feel better already getting support here.

Blessings & Thanks
Barb

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Aggressive cancer in dog 29 Mar 2014 09:09 #42258

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Hello Barb,

I just want to share experience of mms2 with my dog, who also has a tumor.
I followed the protocol of mms1 drops but could not increase more than 40 drops per day.

So i added the mms2 capsules, starting very slowly, like Rev Ray said, only a few grains.
I give it wrapped in a small ball of 'pâté', and then mix half a glass of water with a spon of dog's food, so that she can drink the water.

I managed to reach 4 capsules per day, every 2 hours, but i started with one at midday and one at dinner time. Then i gave one around 3 pm, and finally one very 2 hours.
The dosage i give in each capsule is 1/4, for a 80 lb dog. So with 1 capsule of 400mg i make 4 capsules.
There is no need to give more, Jim Humble has reduced the protocol to 1/2 capsule for a human, so for my dog i give half of the human dose.

I hope this can help, if you need more details, don't hesitate.
Much love to you and your beloved dog
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Aggressive cancer in dog 29 Mar 2014 16:24 #42288

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Due to my work schedule and being on call for the hospital, I am unable to give Robyn an hourly dose. She got 32 drops over a 10 hour period. I try when I can and she has MMS in her water all the time. I was able to put 25 drops activated MMS and DMSO on her muzzle and a little on her gums last night. I will try several times today. She got a 1/4 capsule MMS2 twice so far over a 3.5 hours today.

My question is will this still be effective for her since I can't do a straight 8 hours? I figured some is better than none but I don't know.

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Aggressive cancer in dog 30 Mar 2014 02:07 #42302

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With the last dose she threw up. So I am hoping that is a good sign. Her gum did bleed a little today. Don't know if that is good or not.

Robyn got a total of 1/2 capsule MMS2 throughout the day and probably about 48 drops MMS.

Thanks for the encouragement.
Barb

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Aggressive cancer in dog 30 Mar 2014 17:53 #42340

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Can I use the capsule method of MMS with Robyn? She is getting a little feisty about me putting liquid down her and is getting cautious of her food and I don't want her to stop eating. She is getting 1/2 capsule MMS2 throughout the day.

If the syringe method or food method is more effective I will continue with that as often as I can.
Thanks so much,
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Aggressive cancer in dog 31 Mar 2014 14:55 #42430

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I think I overdid it yesterday. I just was able to read your note now. Yesterday, Robyn got two direct MMS/DMSO applications to her muzzle and roof of her mouth. I think that one burns. She also got capsule method of 8 drops activated MMS once an hour for three hours. She had a total of 30 drops for the day having had one 8 drop dose in her food in the morning. She also has 1/2 cap MMS2 in the morning over a three hour peiod. But then she started to throw up after eating. She threw up twice last night. She kept some soft food down this morning but then threw up after she got her dose of meloxicam for pain and inflammation. Her gum bled a little after throwing up.

I got scared to give her anything else this morning. She will be outside in her grassy pen with her sister for about 10 hours till I get home. She has good energy.

I don't know if the massive doses for the last two days have started a detox. I certainly don't want to cause a stomach ulcer (can that happen?).

Please what would you suggest I give her when I get home? I want to continue with the MMS but she needs to keep food down also.

Thanks for any help or suggestions.

Barb

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Aggressive cancer in dog 31 Mar 2014 15:33 #42431

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Oh my! Yes Back off a bit. Let her body recoup. Do give less and increase slowly. When they get sick that shows a limit. Drop back to 7 drops and see how she does. If she get sick then drop back to 6 drops. The MMS2 I have not used but would cut that back a bit too. I don't know how many grains in 1/2 capsule but cut it down a bit. It all that doesn't help then I would eliminate the DMSO. Some dogs cannot deal with it. You will have to play this one by ear and how she does. She should be comfortable and active throughout her treatment. Getting sick just slows the process down.

I know Rev Ray was helping you but I believe he said he'd be away a few days or so. When he comes back he may have much better help for you than what I can give.

All the best to you,
Denise
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