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2 June 2009
Since I'm not doing any more conventional treatments with Jack, I've been researching different supplements. Here's what I found today!
(this one seems really promising! it's got immune builders and anti-angiogenesis and a couple other things along with it. I have a note in with the company to see if it's safe to use for dogs)
25 April 2007
Any more information you can provide about these would be really helpful. Like what are they called? What are there ingredients and indications for use? I'm trying to find out more but the websites are typically promotional and bit cryptic. How did you find out about them?
13 July 2009
Are those your new digs in your new picture? I kind of like the pic of you driving the car, but variety is great.
I sent an email to the Aussie company that has that promising new drug. They stated they will not consider bone cancer and the vets (not just mortal dog owners) had to contact them. But I did anyway, and they did not respond. Well, to be expected. I was hoping they'd want the opportunity to test their drug on a rare dog that has subQ mets for bone cancer. But they didn't jump.
Susan & T2