Dog Cancer Cure Holds New Hope Remember Jimmy Carter? Our former President… At age 90, he reportedly suffered from Melanoma cancer in his brain, yet he recently announced he was cured!
Cancer Immunotherapy is one of the newest, most promising areas of cancer research available today. Facebook’s former president Sean Parker, recently donated $250 million dollars to boost human Immunotherapy Cancer Research for people. Today, new hope is on the horizon for pet cancer immunotherapy as well. Biotempus researchers headed up by Dr. Noam Pik in Australia have mapped the canine immune system and discovered an algorithm that allows them to manipulate the dog’s own immune system to target and kill cancer cells.
By measuring the daily concentration of an inflammatory blood marker called C-Reactive Protein [CRP] researchers have been able to pinpoint the optimal day and time to give a single oral dose of a chemotherapeutic agent that so far has cured canine cancer in a handful of dogs. Currently, dogs with bone cancer referred to as Osteosarcoma and Melanoma have achieved remission. Recently Gastric Carcinomas and Thyroid carcinomas have also gone into remission. Although cancer immunotherapy is currently only approved for an experimental therapy of last resort for terminal, end-stage cancer patients, results are very promising, holding hope to potentially save millions of lives both 2 and 4 footed.
Leading the United States, in Canine Cancer Immunotherapy for dogs, Dr. Osborne’s efforts are complimented by a handful of Mayo Clinics across America offering the exact same Immunotherapy Trials for humans.
Dog owners of canines with terminal cancer interested in more information on the Canine Immunotherapy Clinical Trials being offered by veterinarian Carol Osborne and the Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic can call toll free 1-866-372-2765 or log onto http://www.chagrinfallspetclinic.com