Healing of a bone tumor on Rottweiler

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13 Aug 2015 20:41 #50057 by Horsefeathers
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Hi!
I don't know if Mrs. Loona ever checks back on this forum or not however there is a lot of info in this Animal Conditions thread.
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25 Aug 2015 09:20 #50132 by loona
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Hola Miguel,

What protocol have you reached so far? You have to detail how much you give daily and I'll do my best to guide you from there.
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25 Aug 2015 19:15 #50135 by migueliracheta
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Loona, I have a rottweiler that is 5 years old. In March of this year, she began to limp. I took her to a doctor and her diagnostic was a sarcoma 2 in left hand.
I started the treatment with MMS in the first’s days of August. At first were 1 drop of mms + 1 drop of citric acid twice per day, diluted in a glass of milk. Now is 3 drops of mms + 1 citric acid 3 times during the day. Additionally I am applying a mix directly on the tumor that contains 5 drops of mms + 1 drop of citric acid + 6 drops of DMSO + Aloe vera. This application is made by a massage on the tumor with all this mix; I am doing these three times along the day.
Thank you for your help and your time.
Miguel

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26 Aug 2015 11:52 - 26 Aug 2015 11:57 #50143 by loona
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Ok so you have reached 9 drops internal per day so far. How much does she weight?

The protocol i applied was:

Day 18:00
1:1
9:00
1:1
10:00
2:2
11:00
3:3
12:00
4:4
14:00
5:5
16:00
5:5
18:00
5:5
Total=26 drops
Day 28:00
5:5
9:00
5:5
10:00
5:5
11:30
4:4
13:00
4:4
14:30
5:5
16:00
5:5
18:00
5:5
Total=33
Day 39:00
4:4
10:00
5:5
11:00
5:5
12:00
5:5
13:00
5:5
14:30
5:5
16:30
5:5
18:00
5:5
Total=39
Day 48:30
5:5
09:30
6:6
10:30
6:6
12:00
6:6
14:00
6:6
16:30
5:5...
Total=34

Day 4, she started to have nausea at 16h30 and only took half the dose of 5:5 so i had to stop.
Day 5 I started again at 4:4 and stayed at 34 drops in the day.
Day 6, 7 and i did the same.

I could not increase the drops as it was getting more and more difficult for her to drink so much water.

This is when I started adding MMS2.
I was also applying externally mms + dmso. few times a day.

See what you can do with that, what you're doing is great, but you can increase faster.
Your dog is young, she can take higher doses, all you have to do is stop when she gets signs of too much mms.
That will also tell you how the sarcoma is doing, that was my way of feeling this. Find the limits with mms, reduce to let the body recover and start again.
Listen to your dog, she will tell you. They are great teachers.
Good luck, i will help you the best I can ♥
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05 Sep 2015 22:01 #50169 by migueliracheta
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Hello Loona I wonder how long was took you to treat your puppy?
I would also like to know if the treatment can reduce the tumor size.

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07 Sep 2015 12:36 #50174 by loona
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I ran a blood test 8 months later and there was no sign of metastasis at all.
The tumor has stopped growing the first week starting mms, and remained the size of a ping pong ball.
I was happy with that, considering that those tumors usually grow really fast and then cancer is spreading.
+ my dog was 10 years and 1/2 so cancer is not developping as fast in elders.
So I would say that she was treated in 6 months, intuitively because i did not got to the vet until the 8th month.
I was just watching my dog, happy and healthy, with the tumor stable and that was fine.

I know Horsefeather has managed to have the tumor disappear with mms, so it is possible. But if not, don't worry, as long as it stops growing. Cancer is not spreading.

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