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Supplements with possible anticancer activity:
Confirm with your veterinarian before administering to your pet.
1. Vitamin D-5000; anticancer activity.
2. Ginger, Boswellia (Frankincense), and curcumin phytosome; anticancer activity as well as anti-inflammatory.
3. Omega 3 with CoQ10; stimulates immune system, chemoprotective, and promotes cardiovascular health.
4. R-lipoic acid; anticancer activity and antioxidant.
5. Carnityl® Acetyl-L-Carnitine; promotes heart health, chemoprotective, possible anticancer activity and may prevent cachexia.
6. Meriva-SF; anticancer and anti-inflammatory.
7. Boswellia Phytosome; anti-inflammatory.
8. Beta Alanine-SR; anti-cancer activity and helps with muscle fatigue.
9. Yunnan BaiyaoCapsules; helps stop bleeding, promotes healing and provides immune system support.
10.Stasis Breaker; antitumor effects, can be applied topically as well.
11. TCVM Pet Supply; several options which your vet can discuss with a free consult.
Colorado State University's Flint Animal Cancer Center
CONSULT SERVICE: Discuss your pet's case for FREE with a Board Certified Veterinary Oncologist from CSU (ranked No.3 veterinary school in the US by US News & World Report).
Personalized medicine for your dog
FidoCure™ identifies genomic mutations and suggests targeted therapy that aims to precisely attack the cancer cells.
Dr. Judith Shoemaker, DVM: Provides integrative medicine and therapy and practices holistic cancer medicine. Consultation is available.
Pet Cancer Center: a comprehensive guide to cancer diagnosis and treatment in cats and dogs. Database to find veterinary oncologists.
VetCancerTrials.org: Searchable clinical trials database for cancer in pet animals.
Financial Support for Veterinary Care
Banfield HOPE grant also lists other foundations that may provide funds to help with veterinary care expenses.
Need Emergency Help With Vet Bills? 15 Sources of Relief:
List of Veterinary Schools in the US and the World
US National Library of Medicine research/science/medicine database
CanineCancer.com: Information and Inspiration when you need it most; contains information on cancer in dogs.
Feline Cancer Resources
To promote well-being and healthy aging:
ONE-CARBON METABOLISM: similarities among humans, dogs and cats. Rationale for vitamin B12 and methylfolate based testing and therapies.
An analysis of the protein sequence for the vitamin B12 receptor and transport protein revealed remarkable similarity between humans, dogs and cats. Refer to: Sysel et al: Oncotarget. 2015 Feb 10;6(4):2331-48. doi: 10.18632/oncotarget.3206. PMID: 25633912; PMCID: PMC4385855.
For one-carbon metabolism support consult with your veterinarian about these products:
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