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Featuring Demian Dressler, DVM and Sue Ettinger, DVM, Dip. ACVIM (Oncology), authors of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide

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Is Dog Cancer Treatment the Same as Prevention?

…things can get pretty confusing. The point here is that many in the alternative medicine community suggest cancer prevention steps for dogs that already have clinical cancer. This is an…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Causes | Cancer Prevention | Chemotherapy | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments

Dog Cancer Surgery: What I’ve Learned So You Don’t Have To

…on squamous cell cancer that you may beneficial :-). Here’s the link: https://www.dogcancerblog.com/articles/bump-lump/new-approaches-to-squamous-cell-cancer/ There are many things that you can do to help your dog with cancer, such as conventional…

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Collection: Articles | Diagnosis | Found a Bump/Lump on My Dog | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments | How Did This Happen? | Managing Pain | Managing Side Effects from Conventional Treatments | Surgery | Videos | With Audio

Modified Citrus Pectin, Dogs, and Cancer

…Cell, T-Cytotoxic Cell, B-Cell, and Natural Killer (NK)-Cells and induction of Natural Killer Cell Activity against K562 Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Cells with Modified Citrus Pectin. BMC Complem. Altern. Med. 2011,…

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Collection: Apoptosis | Articles | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 3: Immune Supplements and Anti-Metastatic Supplements | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 4: The Dog Cancer Diet

Keto Diet Dogs Cancer … Good Idea or Bad Idea?

…2012;11(21):3964–3971. doi:10.4161/cc.22137 Giovannucci E, Harlan DM, Archer MC, et al. Diabetes and cancer: a consensus report. Diabetes Care. 2010;33(7):1674–1685. doi:10.2337/dc10-0666 Katira A, Tan PH. Evolving role of adiponectin in cancer-controversies…

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Collection: Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 4: The Dog Cancer Diet | With Audio

Primary Lung Tumors, part 2

…sample under a microscope) can confirm cancer, and eliminate another, benign cause. However, in some cases we cannot make a preliminary diagnosis without surgery, and in many cases pre-surgery aspirate…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Type | Chemotherapy | Diagnosis | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments | Osteosarcoma | Surgery | Transitional Cell Carcinoma

Ginger to Help Dogs with Cancer

…He’s NOT just a pet,he’s my comfort, my trusted companion,my emotional therapy companion. I have organic ginger root tea bags,would that help? It also contains,organic lemongrass,organic licorice root, organic peppermint…

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Collection: Articles | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 4: The Dog Cancer Diet | Managing Side Effects from Conventional Treatments

Food and Nutrition for Dogs with Mast Cell Tumors

…you would like to use commercial brands in this article: https://www.dogcancerblog.com/articles/full-spectrum-cancer-care/dog-cancer-diet/diet-and-dogs-with-cancer/ Bonoca Dr. Dressler’s book version on page 209 recommends adding cottage cheese whereas your list says not to. I’d…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Type | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 4: The Dog Cancer Diet | Mast Cell Tumors

More Melatonin and Dog Cancer

…helps overcome weight loss due to cancer (cancer cachexia) in advanced cancer patients, with no change in how much food they are eating. As if this were not enough, a…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Causes | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 3: Immune Supplements and Anti-Metastatic Supplements | Life Quality

Life Quality in Dog Cancer: Dr Dressler’s Joys of Life Scale

…Cancer Survival Guide covers this topic very thoroughly. Get a copy of the Dog Cancer Survival Guide for more helpful information and tools! In my last post, we looked at…

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Collection: Articles | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 5: Brain Chemistry Modification | Life Quality

Supplements for Dogs with Cancer

…strategies for cancer, because they can help cancer cells become unstable and commit natural cell suicide, or undergo apoptosis. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments are also pro-oxidants, although they can also…

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Collection: Articles | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 2: Nutraceuticals | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 3: Immune Supplements and Anti-Metastatic Supplements

How Long to “Watch and Wait”

…Were they wide enough for that tumor type? If not find out if there can be a scar revision (second surgery), or if radiation can prevent regrowth, or chemotherapy can…

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Collection: Articles | Choosing Treatments with Confidence | Diagnosis | Found a Bump/Lump on My Dog | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments | Managing Pain | Surgery

Why is Canine Cancer Still Winning? Part 1

…this post First, cancer starts when our dogs are youngsters. Exposures to invisible carcinogens in the modern world starts early. Aberrant cells caused by genes are created by genetic bloodlines….

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Type | Chemotherapy | Emotional Management | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments | How Did This Happen? | Radiation | Surgery

Beyond Mast Cell Tumor Grade: Other Prognostic Factors

…Survival Guide, wrote an amazing article on Mast Cell Tumor Grades that provides some statistics in estimating survival time. Here’s the link if you’d like to check it out: https://www.dogcancerblog.com/articles/cancer-type/mast-cell-tumors/all-about-mast-cell-tumor-grade/…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Type | Found a Bump/Lump on My Dog | Mast Cell Tumors | Prognosis

Astragalus: Immune Booster and More

…want my dog to be killing cancer cells (we are all exposed to cancer cells on a daily basis) I have heard this before but I cannot wrap logic around…

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Collection: Articles | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 3: Immune Supplements and Anti-Metastatic Supplements | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 4: The Dog Cancer Diet

But my vet has not heard of this….

…in to the webinar where I can address your question: https://store.dogcancerblog.com/collections/the-dog-cancer-survival-guide/products/dog-cancer-survival-guide-paperback-book D Judy I have just finished reading your book. Any info on a chemical treatment my holistic vet recommended…

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Collection: Articles | Diagnosis | Emotional Management | Full Spectrum Cancer Care

Signs of Dog Cancer and Decompensation

…Conor, (the result of cryogenic artificial insemination). Conor is also a yellow Labrador Retriever. His cruciate ligaments blew out in both knees at 18 months, then he developed iris cysts…

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Collection: Articles | Diagnosis | How Did This Happen?

Attitude Adjustment in Coping With Canine Cancer

…cancer and there was little beyond std chemo that we could try as it was before the discovery that piroxicam can slow the cancer’ s growth. Muffet was just 10…

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Collection: Articles | Chemotherapy | Emotional Management | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 5: Brain Chemistry Modification | Radiation | Surgery

Surgery and “Blood Thinning” Drugs and Supplements

…clotting is less frequent in companion animals compared to human patients.) But really what is being referenced as “blood thinning” is low blood clotting, which is a totally different concept…

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Collection: Articles | Choosing Treatments with Confidence | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 2: Nutraceuticals | Surgery

New Antioxidant Info For Managing Dog Cancer

…chemo for a time? Here are the common ones: Alkylating Agents: Lomustine, Chlorambucil, Cyclophosphamide Platinum Compounds: Cisplatin, Carboplatin Antitumor Antibiotics: Bleomycin, Doxorubicin, Mitoxantrone Recall that antioxidants can be vitamins, herbs,…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Causes | Chemotherapy | Choosing Treatments with Confidence | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 3: Immune Supplements and Anti-Metastatic Supplements | Radiation

Carcinoma of the Anal Gland

…healthy as much as possible, by any chance are there any immunotherapy for ASAC which I can consider. Many Thanks in advance, Cheryl Dr. Demian Dressler Dear Cheryl This sounds…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Type | Chemotherapy | Found a Bump/Lump on My Dog | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments | Perianal and Anal Sac Tumors | Radiation | Surgery

Carcinoma of the Anal Sac, part 2

…Biopsy DESCRIPTION: This mass represents a malignant neoplasm originating from the apocrine glands of the anal sac region. It consists of solid and cystic nests of neoplastic glandular and ductal…

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Collection: Apoptosis | Articles | Cancer Type | Diagnosis | Found a Bump/Lump on My Dog | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Perianal and Anal Sac Tumors

Graviola Not Recommended For Dog Cancer

…against cancers. Different Graviola compounds showed activity against human hepatoma cells, ovarian cancer cells, mammary cancer cells, pancreatic carcinoma cells, colon adenocarcinoma cells, prostate cancer cells, mammary cancer cells, lung…

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Collection: Articles | Choosing Treatments with Confidence | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 3: Immune Supplements and Anti-Metastatic Supplements

Prednisone for Dog Cancer

…We should always consider diet, apoptogens, anti-metastatics, pain control as needed, and efforts to convert our patients to a cancer-fighting brain state. We must consider surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy (all…

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Collection: Articles | Chemotherapy | Choosing Treatments with Confidence | Full Spectrum Cancer Care | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 1: Conventional Treatments | Radiation | Surgery

Diet for Dogs With Mast Cell Tumors

…humans do suffer from a close relative of mast cell tumors called systemic mastocytosis. Anyway, those in the inner circle promote cutting off the wellspring of histamine in the body…

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Collection: Articles | Cancer Type | Found a Bump/Lump on My Dog | Full Spectrum Cancer Care Step 4: The Dog Cancer Diet | Mast Cell Tumors

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