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Old 12-26-2012, 05:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Has anyone tried or heard of Tumexal?

I'm trying to find some info or reviews of a canine cancer drug called Tumexal. There just doesn't seem to be much info about this on the internet. It also seems to good to be true, so if you know anyone who has used this, i would love to get some info.
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A real breakthrough in the treatment of canine cancer
An effective alternative to traditional, toxic chemo
The product of more than a decade of university research,
Tumexal™ is based upon some of the latest discoveries in
the molecular biology of cancer
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Be careful about these "miracle" cure type deals. Does it say what the ingredients are? I personally havent heard of it and I do all kinds of research and belong to a bunch of canine cancer groups. NOT saying its not possible that I missed it but if you give me the website or more info I can bring it to one of the groups and see if I can get more info
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the website is CanineCare.us - A real breakthrough*in the treatment of*canine cancerAn*effective alternative to traditional, toxic chemoThe product of more than a decade of university research,*Tumexal?** is based upon some of the latest discoveries in the
i brought it to the attention of my holistic vet. he said that they had sent him info about it but he didn't get a chance to look in to it. now that i brought it to him he said he's gonna investigate and let me know what his thoughts are in a couple of weeks. if you find anything out, please let me know, i'm being very very very cautious.
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Yes I will ask the cancer group and see what if anything anyone has heard. When you hear back from the holistic Vet let me know I would be very interested in what he/she has to say.
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I'm trying to find some info or reviews of a canine cancer drug called Tumexal. There just doesn't seem to be much info about this on the internet. It also seems to good to be true, so if you know anyone who has used this, i would love to get some info.
The website is caninecare.us
Here is what the website claims-
A real breakthrough in the treatment of canine cancer
An effective alternative to traditional, toxic chemo
The product of more than a decade of university research,
Tumexal™ is based upon some of the latest discoveries in
the molecular biology of cancer
I have had my dog on Tumexal for the past four months. He was diagnosed with inoperable thyroid carcinoma. The tumor was aggressive and fast moving. It was six and one half inches in length an attached itself to the carotid artery. I placed my dog on the oral Tumexal in Dec. 2012. The last ultra scan done in March 2013 showed the tumor was no longer growing and had been completely arrested in its growth. My dog is now on his second phase of treatment with Tumexal PA and Tumexal TD transdermal applications twice a day directly on the tumor itself. The tumor is now in remission. My dog will remain on the medication until the tumor is no longer a threat, at which time he will receive a thirty day program of oral Tumexal in six months. During that time he will be given Preventil-7 which prevents new cells from forming.

My experience with Tumexal has been 100% positive. My Vet is astonished and has monitored the treatments from the beginning. I cannot tell you more than, it worked for me and my dog. It is uncomplicated. My Vet signed a non-disclosure as to the formula and proprietary information of Tumexal and was in full agreement as to how it works and its non-toxicity. It is natural and non toxic.
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Old 04-01-2013, 09:00 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Question Just started Tumexal 3/29/13

Thank you for your info on this. My Scottie has had 2 surgeries, 5 years apart for mammary ca and this last time, in August, also for a sarcoma. Ultrasounds showed 4 mets in lungs and one in a lymph node. She still has seemed to feel fine but started the Tumexal this past several days--hard to get it down her as she hates capsules and can smell anything different in her food from across the room. Since then she has been more lethargic and I am concerned that Tumexal may not be good for her. Any info will be much appreciated. She is not on chemo but I have been giving her Graviola and another anti-cancer Amazon Rain Forest supplement for a year or so. It is listed as effective by the National Cancer Institute. Shhe is nearly 13 so it's hard to expect a miracle but so much loved that we would do whatever we Coukd for her. I just don't want to hurt her so any help will be received with gratitude.
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