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Re: Standard Process Feline Cardiac Support

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  • Carol
    Figures there d be one link that didn t go in right. Here s the link to the Cardiotrophin. http://tinyurl.com/3d5645 Carol and Snowball and the gang
    Message 1 of 10 , Jan 2, 2009
      Figures there'd be one link that didn't go in right. Here's the link
      to the Cardiotrophin. http://tinyurl.com/3d5645

      Carol and Snowball and the gang
    • Pat
      Hi Faye; ... From: Elegantzebra ... I must presume, here, that you have never had to follow a specific protocol set up by the
      Message 2 of 10 , Jan 2, 2009
        Hi Faye;

        ----- Original Message -----
        From: "Elegantzebra" <elegantzebra@...>
        > Personally, if it were my cat I would stop the Pred - it does nothing to
        > help, just covers up symptoms. My cat is highly allergic to it and gets
        > very sick with it - >since 7 years ago. I refuse to give steroids. If
        > you decide not give her - stop it slowly - not all at once, cut down over
        > maybe 3 days or so. If you just started it, >it may be OK to just stop.
        > JMO

        I must presume, here, that you have never had to follow a specific
        "protocol" set up by the experts in the oncology field. I had posted Max's
        site to show two specific protocols, and on that page I noted that when we
        changed one item in one of the protocols, Max ended up succombing to
        paralysis, which meant he was then on a slippery slope he could not recover.

        When one is dealing with cancer it is a very different proposition to drop
        even one drug given specifically along with other drugs to have a certain
        effect on cancerous cells, which is much different than the regular masking
        process that happens. As I stated in a previous posting, we made the choice
        you are suggesting in that we dropped the prednisone, for the same reasons,
        and Max's cancer came back whereas another cat that has stayed with the
        correct protocol still hasn't come out of remission.

        Pat and all the boys.
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