What does the word “cure” mean to you? It might mean something different to your vet than it does to you. And the distance between those two definitions can set us up for difficulties and misunderstandings.
As sobering as it is, we must understand what the word "cure" truly means to the veterinarians on our team. And we need to understand how to talk to them about what they really mean.
In this important seminar, Dr. Dressler explains what can make cancer so difficult to cure fully.
As always, Dr. Dressler answers reader questions during this seminar.
00:00 Dr. Demian Dressler:
The concept of a dog cancer cure, local invasion, metastasis, and genetics.
07:53 Dr. Demian Dressler:
Treatment plan analysis for particular cancers: Dog Cancer Diet, supplements, nutraceuticals, alternative treatments, life expectancy, surgery, lumps, age, and biopsies.
17:15 Dr. Demian Dressler:
Biopsy, wide excisions, how cancer spread effects treatment options, palliative treatment, the benefits of surgery and the risks involved, and life quality.
35:04 Dr. Demian Dressler:
Amputation, life expectancy, statistics, and life quality as an amputee.
39:08 Dr. Demian Dressler:
Treatment plan analysis and the factors you need to take into consideration—your personality type, treatment side effects, side effect management, diagnosis, data and statistics, treatment options, alternative treatment options, life expectancy, time dedication and scheduling, budget, aftercare, supplements, nutraceuticals, and medications.
75:47 Dr. Demian Dressler:
Answers reader’s question on cooking the Dog Cancer Diet, raw diet, and vegetables.
80:39 Dr. Demian Dressler:
Answers reader’s questions on immune boosters for a dog with Osteosarcoma.
82:24 Dr. Demian Dressler:
Answers reader’s question on using nutraceuticals during chemotherapy.
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.
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