Not just Holistic, but how to use E: All of the Above!

We made this blog because we did tons of research on success stories and research worldwide and used it on my dog with nasal cancer named Lucy. Oddly, my hobby is molecular biology. The treatment uses combination of health store supplements, some prescription meds, diet changes, and specific Ayurvedic and Chinese medicinal herbs. We just wanted her to have a better quality of life. We thought this combination of E: All the Above (except no radiation or chemo) would help that for sure, but it actually put her bleeding nasal cancer in remission!
Our approach to cancer is about treating the whole animals biologic system as natural as possible. But I do hate the word 'Holistic'. Sounds like hoo hoo. This is science based, research based data and results of using active herbal compounds that happen to be readily available and common. Some call it Nutriceuticals. Others may call it Orthomolecular cancer therapy. Or Cancer Immunotherapy.
WE FEEL DIVERSITY IN TREATMENT IS KEY:
-Kill the cancer cells
-Rid the cancer cells
-Remove the toxins it produces
-Make cancer cells become easier targets for the immune system
-Slow cancer cell reproduction
-Stimulate AND modulate the immune system
-Control secondary symptoms like bleeding, infection, inflammation, mucous, appetite, or pain for a better feeling animal.
-Working with your vet for exams and prescriptions that are sometimes needed when conditions are acute.
Just by using a multi-modal treatment approach that is as diverse in attack as possible. Both conventional and natural.
The body conditions that allowed it to develop in the first place must be corrected. If caught early enough, like with Lucy, this ongoing maintenance correctional treatment is all that was required at this point to achieve, so far, more than 10 TIMES the life expectancy (40 months so far) after diagnosis WITH remission. I did not use radiation or chemotherapy.
I hope this cancer research can help your dog.
Lucy's nasal cancer is still in remission!

Lucy

Lucy

March 25, 2015

Can it help Osteosarcoma?



"Gary, my dog  got osteosarcoma in mid November. I have used your protocol for Lucy with some variations. Without you, he would be dead. Instead, he still has a  tumour on his leg but it's smaller and he is happy and mobile. He needs no pain meds. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. The photo is him a couple of days ago. His vet can't believe how well he is doing. He was given just a few weeks to live. We live in Ontario, Canada. Here is a link to our blog on his condition
http://www.greatdaneangels.org/dog-blog/2015/3/24/bone-cancer-remission-in-dogs"









Lucy never did radiation or chemo, she only did the Tippner Protocol. The Tippner Cancer Protocol combines immunotherapy and molecular cancer therapy using off the shelf readily available inexpensive natural substances. Here is her list. She is past 3 years after diagnosis by biopsy

I buy most of the stuff from Swanson Vitamins. They are cheaper, in capsules for dosage changes, and carry almost everything I give to Lucy except for the Chinese Herbs Stasis Breaker prescription, and the Low Dose Naltrexone prescription. Here is a $5 off coupon link I found


February 17, 2015

Lucy Nasal Cancer Status Report




Sorry, I have been busy and have not posted status. I should have posted during the holidays as you will read below.

Lucy is doing very well. Her left nostril (her side with nasal cancer) breathing opened up to what appears to be 100% again a few weeks after Christmas. She appears to have equal breathing out of both sides and no mucous problems.
HOWEVER for 3 weeks around the holidays she had quite a few bleeds (some bad like she used to have when first diagnosed) then a mild infection and then metallic (iron) smelling mixed discharge. Occasionally yellow. But I stepped up giving the Yunnan Bai Yao again (2x to 3x dosage 3x a day) and colloidal silver during those few weeks (man that was stressful) and it calmed down. Once the bleeding stopped and the infection cleared her breathing became normalized all of a sudden.
Now, her left side has had, since about the last 8-10 months, no mucous and no problem discharge and no bleeds to speak of, the breathing output on that side was diminished to a guesstimate about half of normal or less. I gave Meloxicam to lessen for periods during the last 8 months for what I would guess was swelling but it did nothing. Except upset her stomach.  I don't understand what happened here with the problems during the holidays, but she is now fine again and in what appears to be 100% remission again for the last month at least. She was in 100% remission about 4 months in to protocol usage in 2011. And the 100% lasted about 3 years. This last year she simply had diminished breathing ability on that left side, so I could not say 100% during that time. But now she is back to great for now. Dunno. Pretty wild.






Lucy never did radiation or chemo, she only did the Tippner Protocol. The Tippner Cancer Protocol combines immunotherapy and molecular cancer therapy using off the shelf readily available inexpensive natural substances. Here is her list. She is past 3 years after diagnosis by biopsy

I buy most of the stuff from Swanson Vitamins. They are cheaper, in capsules for dosage changes, and carry almost everything I give to Lucy except for the Chinese Herbs Stasis Breaker prescription, and the Low Dose Naltrexone prescription. Here is a $5 off coupon link I found


December 18, 2014

Supporting the Immune system is critical


Supporting the Immune system is beneficial, and (quoted)
"a diet supplemented with fish oil and the amino acid arginine appears to increase survival time in dogs with lymphoma, a cancer that affects white blood cells.
Dogs with this kind of cancer, similar to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in humans, are easily treated, but as with humans, their cancer tends to return. A team of researchers led by Dr. Gregory Ogilvie of Colorado State University in Fort Kent, studied the effects of adding fish oil and arginine to the diets of 32 dogs being treated for lymphoma.
Half of the dogs received a special chow with the two supplements in it, and the other half ate chow with soybean oil added. The two chows were identical in nutritional value, and formulated to be equally tasty to the dogs. All the dogs were being treated with the anti-cancer drug doxorubicin every three weeks, and were living at home with their owners.
Previous research has shown that some polyunsaturated fatty acids, like those found in fish oil, may help prevent the growth and spread of cancer tumors, and may help prevent cachexia -- the devastating weight loss and muscle wasting seen in some cancer patients despite adequate nutrition. Likewise, arginine supplements have been reported to improve immune responses, and might help the body fight cancer.
The dogs were fed one of the chows twice a day during and after their cancer treatment. The researchers report that compared to the control dogs, those who ate the supplemented chow showed higher blood levels of two fatty acids called C20:5 and C22:6 that seem particularly effective in fighting cancer. Dogs with more of these fatty acids in their blood also tended to have more normal levels of lactic acid, which tends to accumulate in the blood when metabolism is disrupted in cancer patients.
In addition, report Ogilvie and colleagues, the dogs with higher levels of these two fatty acids survived longer than those with lower levels, and had longer remissions, periods of time before their disease came back.
Writing in the journal Cancer, the researchers suggest that the fatty acids may help both dogs and humans by slowing down the spread of cancer cells and by increasing the cells' susceptibility to anti-cancer drugs like the doxorubicin used in this study.
Ogilvie and colleagues also note their findings fit in with previous research showing that the fatty acids they studied appear to help fight cancer and its effects in both humans and animals."
SOURCES:
Reuters Health, April 28, 2000
The journal Cancer, May 2000; 88:1916-1928



Lucy never did radiation or chemo, she only did the Tippner Protocol. The Tippner Cancer Protocol combines immunotherapy and molecular cancer therapy using off the shelf readily available inexpensive natural substances. Here is her list. She is past 3 years after diagnosis by biopsy

I buy most of the stuff from Swanson Vitamins. They are cheaper, in capsules for dosage changes, and carry almost everything I give to Lucy except for the Chinese Herbs Stasis Breaker prescription, and the Low Dose Naltrexone prescription. Here is a $5 off coupon link I found


November 26, 2014

Appetite Stimulation in Dogs and Cats with Cancer



Mirtazapine for Appetite Stimulation in Dogs and Cats

Rx Mirtazapine (brand name Remeron™-Organon) is approved as an antidepressant for use in humans and has activity both as an alpha 2 receptor antagonist and as a potent 5HT3 antagonist. A side effect noted in humans taking this drug is appetite stimulation. Pharmacy faculty at the Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine used mirtazapine in a dog after all other attempts at appetite stimulation had failed, and were very pleased to find that mirtazapine restored appetite almost immediately in this dog. In another case, a physician used mirtazapine to treat anorexia and nausea in his Boston Terrier with chronic renal failure. Due to the vast improvement in the animal’s quality of life for one month preceding its death, the dog’s primary care veterinary clinic conducted a series of uncontrolled field trials using mirtazapine over the next 4 years in 24 dogs and 17 cats with GI symptoms that were marginally responsive or refractory to standard remedies. “Mirtazapine therapy led to a robust response in 12 animals, improvement compared with standard treatment in 16 cases, and an equivocal response in 13 animals. The most vigorous responses were observed in patients in chronic renal failure or receiving concurrent chemotherapy for neoplastic disease.”

Many veterinarians have started using mirtazapine to stimulate appetite in both dogs and cats. There have been no controlled studies and dosing is still empirical, but most dogs are dosed at 0.6mg/kg orally every 24 hours and cats are dosed at 3.75mg/cat orally every 48-72 hours. The terminal half-life of mirtazapine in humans is more than 40 hours, and mirtazapine is eliminated partially through conjugation with glucuronide. For this reason, dosing intervals of less than 48 hours are not recommended for cats, as accumulation is likely. Mirtazapine is not commercially available in an oral suspension; however, compounding pharmacists have formulated suspensions upon the request of veterinarians and have anecdotally reported success with this dosage form. For cats that are vomiting as well as anorectic and cannot swallow or retain oral medications, veterinarians have instructed compounding pharmacists to formulate transdermal gels of mirtazapine (3.75mg/0.1ml), which also have left veterinarians with a positive impression of clinical efficacy. Obviously, further studies are needed to determine stability, safety and efficacy of these compounded dosage forms, but until such evidence is available, veterinarians may wish to try these dosage forms in cases that are refractory to traditional methods of appetite stimulation.

Veterinary Forum, February 2006, pages 34-36


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5-HT3_antagonist


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3184575/  related info but not specific

note this post in not complete yet. I am working on finding a natural herbal version.



Lucy never did radiation or chemo, she only did the Tippner Protocol. The Tippner Cancer Protocol combines immunotherapy and molecular cancer therapy using off the shelf readily available inexpensive natural substances. Here is her list. She is past 3 years after diagnosis by biopsy

I buy most of the stuff from Swanson Vitamins. They are cheaper, in capsules for dosage changes, and carry almost everything I give to Lucy except for the Chinese Herbs Stasis Breaker prescription, and the Low Dose Naltrexone prescription. Here is a $5 off coupon link I found


September 22, 2014

Dog won't eat fish oil or flax oil. Alternatives?



"Hemp (Cannabis sativa L. - the SAVITA VAREITY IS NOT POT) Seed Oil: Analytical and Phytochemical Characterization of the Unsaponifiable Fraction"
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

A new study, which appears in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, details just how many healthful compounds hempseed oil contains.

Maria Angeles Fernández-Arche and colleagues note that for millennia, people around the world cultivated cannabis for textiles, medicine and food. Hemp has high levels of vitamins A, C and E and beta carotene, and it is rich in protein, carbohydrates, minerals and fiber. In the early 20th century, many countries banned cannabis because some varieties contain large amounts of the high-inducing compound THC. With increasing interest in plant oils as a source of healthful compounds, Fernández-Arche’s team wanted to investigate hempseed oil’s potential.

They did a detailed analysis of a portion of hempseed oil. They found it has a variety of interesting substances, such as sterols, aliphatic alcohols and linolenic acids, that research suggests promote good health. For example, it contains α-linolenic acid, which is an omega-3 fatty acid that some studies suggest helps prevent coronary heart disease. The findings could have implications in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food and non-food industries, they state.


Can dogs have help seed oil google search

Hemp seed oil for dogs is the best of all oils over the fish or flax seed based oils

Hemp seed oil is dubbed "Nature's most best omega oil", because of the undeniable fact that it includes the perfect ratio of Omega 6 (LA) to Omega 3 (ALA/LNA) 3:1 important fatty acids which your dog needs.

Did you know this about hemp oil?

Hemp seed oil kills cancer cells
Hemp seed oil can enhance blood circulation in brains
Hemp seed oil thicken the fur texture
Hemp seed oil will keep the skin less shedding
Hemp seed oil prevents putting out dog dandruff
Hemp oil has no psychoactive qualities there for hemp oil for dogs is safe


Hemp oil is an oil extracted coming from the hemp plant. All plants from the cannabis genus can produce hemp oil but solely industrial hemp is designed for hemp oil production. Industrial hemp is really a hemp type that has been cultivated only for industrial production, and it does not contain psychoactive substances (THC) related to the genus.

The hemp oil for dogs has numerous health advantages and the products along with the raw forms are used to supplement several important fatty acids to dog. In case dog's is lacking of any of those fatty acids there will be serious issues such as genetic mutations and cancer. Hemp seed oil kills cancer cells due the essential and non-essential fatty acids that are present in large quantities in hemp seed oil and therefore when hemp seed oil is often used by cancer patients, there is better chance of cure. Therefore administering hemp oil for dogs is extremely helpful for several factors.

The hemp oil for dogs includes numerous essential fatty acids that are extremely healthy for the dog's skin. These essential fatty acids takes care and moisturize dog's skin and fur correctly when administered in right quantities. There are a lot of oil products for dogs that have hemp oil as key ingredient. The reason being it's herbal and also has virtually no side effects like fish oils for dogs. Hemp seed oil prevents dog's skin disorders such as dry nose, dog acne, dog eczema, dog rash and dog dandruff.

There are a lot of fur health advantages of hemp oil also. Hemp seed oil products can enhance blood circulation in the top and also the mind of the dog. Hemp oil for dogs can thicken the fur texture and will keep the skin less shedding or putting out dog dandruff. Therefore hemp oil is extremely advantageous for the fur care also. Loss of fur is likewise reduced by essential fatty acids and skin infections and issues are kept away.

The oil contained inside the hemp seed is 80-90% unsaturated fatty acids (the good sort of essential fats) and just 9-11% from the less wanted saturated fatty acids. Hemp oil for dogs is known as being most unsaturated oil derived from plants. The essential fatty acids contained in hemp seed oil are needed in diet a lot more than other vitamins, yet dog's bodies don't normally manufacture all of these essential fatty acids. There fore they need to be supplemented from external sources like food and supplements for dogs. Essential fatty acids are in important role in dog's life and hemp seed oil for dogs and it's qualities are best for the job. In general, North American dogs require more essential fatty acids and omega's because foods contain more animal fats than plant based fats. If you compare hemp oil against fish or flax seed oil, this ratio and along with the supplementation itself of the hemp oil for dogs is the perfect health solution. Hemp oil for dogs contain also other polyunsaturated fatty acids in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), oleic acid and stearidonic acid. The EFA structure is distinctive among of any edible oil seeds.

Nutrients in Hemp Oil
Hemp oil contains all of the essential amino acids, according to a 2000 article published in the "Journal of Nutraceuticals, Functional and Medicinal Foods." Essential amino acids help maintain the proteins in your body, which can prevent muscle loss. Hemp oil delivers small amounts of vitamins and minerals, including calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper, folate and vitamins B-6 and E.

Hemp was banned many many decades ago not because of its relation to pot. Industrial hemp has almost zero THC. You can smoke your brains out and get nothing. It was banned because of successful lobbying from the wood and textile industries because hemp grows much faster than wood and can produce many of the same products like paper, rope, clothing, protein powder, oil etc. It is one of the most perfect crops. Requires almost no attention from farmers, grows fast, multiple crops per year and is great for the soil when plowed under. Wild huh!

Here is info on the use of omega oils from fish in dogs 


Some dogs tolerate the extra fats quickly others get diarrhea and you have to back off and add more slowly over a 2-3 week period. Lucy used to eat the caps of fish oil tossed in bowl then she started to leave them in bowl. I had to go to health food store and buy the liquid. She took that for a long while, then wouldn't eat it in her food. So, then I bought a lemon flavor less odor salmon oil and she ate then for a long while, then wouldn't. I have had to recently go to Hemp Oil in it's place. She does eat that for now. No odor. It's actually quite helpful as good as fish oil pretty much. I got that at swansonvitamins as well cheap. I give her Hemp Oil, Flax Oil, Coconut Oil, Olive oil....


Lucy never did radiation or chemo, she only did the Tippner Protocol. The Tippner Cancer Protocol combines immunotherapy and molecular cancer therapy using off the shelf readily available inexpensive natural substances. Here is her list. She is past 3 years after diagnosis by biopsy

I buy most of the stuff from Swanson Vitamins. They are cheaper, in capsules for dosage changes, and carry almost everything I give to Lucy except for the Chinese Herbs Stasis Breaker prescription, and the Low Dose Naltrexone prescription. Here is a $5 off coupon link I found