Canine Lymphoma Special Report

Canine lymphoma is a canine killer and is primarily a cancerous condition of the lymph glands.

Normally a diagnosis of canine lymphoma is sadly a death sentence, survival rates have been limited to a few months, but with treatment, it can increase to an average of 1 year, maybe 2, depending on the treatment plan.

However this could all be set to change, as the veterinary industry gears up to take canine lymphoma treatment to the next level.

In this special report:

We give you the low down on canine lymphoma and how it can affect your dog.

We reveal how animal doctors are using an old technique in a brand new and innovative way to save lives.

We explain how dogs are being used to pioneer treatments for humans.

We highlight the cancer treatment mistakes of the past and how they're being rectified.

We meet one very special canine cancer survivor.

Canine Lymphoma Special Report


  1. DATE: January 6, 2012
    FROM: Teddi Alves, 9921 Big Sur Drive, Huntington Beach, CA 92646
    @ 714-968-4815
    RE: Master of the House

    Lucque was diagnosed on Nov 16 and began Chemo on Nov 17 under management of a Board Certified Oncologist; he has been in Clinical Remission about a month now and continues receiving care and had no problem whatever with chemo which is continuing. He is only 6 years old, he weighs 114, American Field/Hunting Champion lines, AKC, AKC Pet Insurance.

    I found information online about the NCarolina U Bone Marrow treatment program and want to learn more about it. For example, exactly where is it located, as you will see we are in CA, but that should not be a problem without resolution. Please respond ASAP.

    Thank you. Of course, any info about commuting and temporary quarters would be helpful.
    Teddi Alves

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