A cancer treatment for dogs: CV247 - part 1
In this video, Roger Oakes explains the history of CV247 and how it might be of great benefit as a form of palliative care in the treatment of dogs with cancer.
For a number of years, Roger has been looking into the use of CV247 in relation to the treatment of cancer in people, but it was originally developed as a treatment for dogs by a veterinary surgeon called John Carter. It was initially devised as a palliative care option, a way to make the quality of life better for the cancer sufferer. It is a combination therapy, combining three commonly available health care products: manganese, copper and vitamin C and a drug component, an anti-inflammatory product similar to aspirin. Because of the drug component it is only available on prescription.
With few known side effects, this combination of ingredients could prove to be an excellent weapon in the cancer treatment arsenal either on its own or in combination with other treatments.
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