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From: "suedvm96"
Date: 2010-10-24 03:46:02 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: cyclophosphamide for lymphomia

Actually they tolerate the meds quite well. Some respond better then other=
s. Depending on which drugs you plan to use would depend on response and c=

There are also some holistic options that might be useful. Hope you find t=
he info you seek. All the best.

Dr. Sue.
TLC First Animal Hospital
Chicago, IL

--- In, DolphinTrainer <marci1111@...> wrote:
> Hi Dr. Sue and others who are helping me,
> My vet said that the oral cyclophosphamide is very cheap. I do know that =
there is another agent used with it but she said she would look into trying=
it with pred.
> Are you familiar with cost of the other agent used? Again she told me th=
e cyclo was roughly 10 dollars a month.
> The pred has made him double in being 4.05lbs. He is showing =
weakness in his hind end due to the weight gain. I am looking to reducing =
the pred and using the cyclo to control the cancer...
> What do you think? He is 7 yrs old. One important factor in whether to =
go through this is to find out if the meds will make him sick during treatm=
ent...if so I won't put him through it.
> Marcy
> --- On Wed, 10/20/10, suedvm96 wrote:
> > If you aren't planning full blown
> > chemo and his body isn't totally blown out by the pred it
> > may help.=A0 There is a SubQ protocol I have used which
> > works pretty nicely but don't do chemo often, most of my
> > clients don'e want to make the investment.=A0 Take care
> > and good luck.=A0 This drug is part of the whole protocol
> > and certainly can't hurt.
> >
> > Dr. Sue


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