Women who don't have BRCA mutations could have other high-risk genes that affect treatment choices
by kennygirl on Tue Jun 17, 2008 12:00 AM
by kennygirl on Wed Jun 18, 2008 12:00 AM
On 6/17/2008 kennygirl wrote:i will try anything i ordered seed but i dont know the amount to give her a day??she weighs 75 lbs? thanks
by Andymidge on Sun Aug 10, 2008 12:00 AM
Our retriever also has lymphoma. We have just started giving her ground up apricot seeds with her food. She weighs about 80lb and we are giving her around 20 seeds spread over a day. It's too early to tell if this is too much or too little, but it seems that if you give too much the worst that should happen is some nausea.
Is your dog having chemo?
by buckodog on Thu Sep 30, 2010 01:53 AM
Wish I could have heard the results from the retriever on the 20 seeds per day. Our dog was just diagnosed with lymphoma at only 6 years old. No hope from the vet and I plan on taking her to Purdue Vet Hospital tomorrow in hopes of finding other options. Would love to try the seeds if I could hear some positive results!!
by KainabearRiley on Sat Jan 28, 2012 01:32 AM
be careful on how many seeds you give at first because its attacking the cancer cells and tho this is what you want, you dont want it to happen too fast... your dog needs to be able to flush out all the toxins being released and too much too fast isnt good for his immune system.
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