Apoptosis is programmed cell death. Sometimes it is is referred to as "natural cell suicide." Apoptosis is a normal biological process and is on the leading edge of human cancer research. The idea is to help cancer cells leave the body naturally through natural apoptosis.
Many veterinarians have not heard about the latest research on apoptosis and the role it can play in treating canine cancer. This webinar addresses the science of apoptosis and introduces you to dietary apoptogens, which are ingredients that support and promote apoptosis.
Dr. Dressler believes apoptosis is one of the most important ways to address cancer. Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation aren’t “winning the war” on cancer – will apoptosis?
Open minded professionals find it interesting, and guardians dealing with dog cancer should definitely learn as much as they can.
This dog cancer seminar is an MP3 audio recording from the Ask Dr. Dressler Dog Cancer Vet Seminar series.
Each audio seminar provides in-depth information on a specific topic related to canine cancer and also includes questions and answers from seminar participants and readers of DogCancerBlog.com.
The seminars use simple language and go into great detail on each topic. Many seminars include content that is not easily available in any book or online resource. The advice that Dr. Dressler offers in each seminar is highly useful and actionable.
Subscribers originally paid $27.00 per seminar. We are delighted to be able to make these valuable resources available to you for a fraction of that price.
When you listen to these recordings, you are guaranteed to get deeper insights into your own dog's cancer. You'll come away both enriched and more hopeful about options and strategies to help your dog.
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