Case history

Baby Bear — 7 yr old, German Shepherd/Husky mix, diagnosed with mast cell cancer tumor in the foot. Standard protocol to remove the entire tumor plus a 3 cm perimeter was not followed to save Baby Bear’s foot. Conventional radiation or chemotherapy was not followed due to the ill side effects.

May 22, 2004 — two weeks after the surgery to remove most of the mast cell tumor. Standard protocol to remove entire tumor plus 3 cm perimeter was not followed to save Baby Bear’s foot. Started BAC at one pinch/day:

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June 5, 2004 — after 15 days on BAC Formula F3+ May 22–May 28 = one pinch per day; May 29–June 5 = ½ capsule per day:

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July 13, 2004 — eight and one-half weeks after starting on BAC baby Bear is now on one capsule F3+ per day:

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July 31, 2004 — ten weeks after starting BAC F3+, July 14–July 21 = one capsule per day; July 22–July 31 = 1-½ capsule per day:

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Baby Bear Adopted! We are happy to report that Baby Bear was adopted on September 23, after 6 months of rehabilitation by the Misha May Foundation, which offers training and rehabilitation for mixed-breed shelter dogs. He had a vet check on September 23 and was proclaimed very healthy with no sign of any recurrence of his tumor. He looks and feels marvelous.

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