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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 02:38 #43192

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Hello. My dog was just diagnosed with cancer today, after a dental surgery. She is 15 and has it in her nasal passage. Vet said she could live as little as two weeks. I would like to try the MMS with her. She is only about 9 lbs. She does not eat that much, but does eat daily. I need to know how to dose her. I am a little confused, with everything I keep reading. Please, someone advise.

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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 12:01 #43201

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Start very low and go up from there as tolerated. Start with 1/2 drop for a dog that small. Every hour, for 8 hours straight. You may need to hide it in food. Some folks use meat broth and it works well. When they get sick, vomit, diarrhea, drop back 1 drop and wait for the body to recoup well, usually the day. Then stay at that dosage a bit before trying the next drop.

Hope that helps you with a quick start.

All the best to you!
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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 13:49 #43204

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Thank you so much! When is it recommended to go up a drop? I also read about MMS2 and how that should be added with cancer..It seems like each dose is for 200 lbs though, and I don't know how I could possibly divide that..I want to makes sure we are being as effective as possible.

My other question is, is with a half drop, how do I exactly do that? Do I make a dose with one drop, and then divide that? How much water and activator?

Or, do people put a drop in meat broth, with the activator, and no water?

Thank you in advance,

Janae

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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 16:55 #43211

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Well... I am no expert that is for sure. Let's see what I can do. I would do 1 drop say for day 1. If all goes well the 2 drops every hour for 8 hours on day 2 and so on.

Yes make a 1 drop dose and divide in half for a half a drop. You may want to increase dosage by 1/2 drop instead of a full drop. Just a thought. If you have 50% citric acid for activator then you would do 1 drop MMS and 1 drop CA. Let it activate, I think it would only take a few seconds. Then add your water and or broth.

You would activate the mms then add to the broth or water. I believe it is 1 oz of water/broth to 1 drop. If I am wrong please someone correct me!

I have not used MMS2. But I do know that you should start with 1 grain in a capsule and lots of water/broth or there will be stomach upset for sure! Do not give MMS2 without a capsule. That said some people have given grains of MMS2 in say some cheese or peanut butter (I think is was Blessed 1) followed by lots of water or broth. Both is usually salty so that should help with the drinking situation! :)

Hope this is of some help to you!
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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 17:09 #43213

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Andrea from Spain is using MMS to treat Cows. They use CDS made on Saline solution and is able to inject the CDS to the cow or in IV. I believe you can find a Vet that can put a IV in your pet using CDS. 1 ml of cds = 1 drops in some places in other said 3 drops. You need to dig on that because right now , I don't know the correct equivalence. But do to the problem of water and reaction of mms with food I believe an IV with CDS is the best way to make your dog get treated.
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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 18:58 #43217

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Thank you both, very much. We just started out first dose. We made a dose of one drop with 8 oz of water. I'm giving her one ounce of the mix, every hour, mixed with more water. I filled a bowl up with distilled water, added the ounce, and she drank almost the entire bowl. Tomorrow, I think I will put 2 drops of mms in the 8 oz of water...?
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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 20:47 #43224

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I am dealing with cancer of the mouth in my dog. She weighs 55 lbs and I tried aggressive approach which made her vomit and an episode of diarrhea. So don't go too fast especially with a 9lb dog. It is good she is drinking it up. You can also use MMS2. You need to open the capsule and the put very little -maybe an 1/8th of a capsule in another empty gel cap. Has to have water after that.

If she drinks out of her bowl -needs to be non metal- right away then you have to have activated MMS. If bowl sits for several hours then can put in unactivated MMS, I made the mistake of unactivated MMS and she drank right away and vomited shortly after.

I would be interested if you use the CDS in an IV. My dog has aggressive cancer.

Good luck.
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Dog Cancer 16 Apr 2014 20:59 #43228

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Barb, good luck to you with your doggie. I so know how you feel. It's so painful. I am going to give her one week to show any improvement. I want to be aggressive enough, but not overly aggressive, as I want to make sure she is as comfortable, as possible, if these are going to be her final days. I am using a glass bowl. Each time she has had some, she has drank almost all of it. Leaves a little.

I am most likely not going to give an IV. Vet already did not give much time. Are you currently giving yours MMS? Has she improved at all? My dog has had two seizures today, which is why I am only going to give her a week to try this. I do not want her to suffer, nor do I want to watch it.

Good luck to you!

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