Green Sap – Veterinary Medicine


According to the Morris Foundation and after a recent investigationy, cancer(neoplasy) is not only one but the first worry for owners of companion animals. We can add that neoplasies are the first cause of death for these animals. In the fight of this menace, we must think that the patient´s care ought to have the first place in any advanced clinic and this is specially true in the topic of cancer treatment.
Nowadays we have very few resources specially created to take care of the specific needs of oncologic patients, although canine and feline oncology are much increasing their importance.
During the last year I was able to observe spectacular advances in the responses to the GREEN SAP treatment such as: periods of absence of illness and surviving of the oncologic patient. Furthermore, many of the patients with neoplasies can get cured, or worst of all, stay without any signs of the illness for long periods of time, therefore, with a better quality of life.
Thinking of these patients in a very special way, recent essays with GREEN SAP have been performed demonstrating anticancerigen properties; performing laboratory experiments alive (in vivo) with promising results. This way, cures in certain types of cancer have been achieved, most of all in carcinoms and adenocarcinoms.
Today I can sustain we have in front of us a powerful aid in the tumour elimination process, in many cases achieving their total remission and in others reducing them to take them off afterwards by a simple cirugy. We also have noticed that in these cases the animals don´t have later recidives.
This opinion looks forward to inform briefly how to face, by the treatment based on the composition of antineoplasic substances, a plague of such a high death rate all over the world, to clear out the myths and to substitute them by detailed concepts of how we should get familiar to and treat the cancer patient.

Dr. Carlos Julio Rodríguez,
Veterinary doctor.

Dr. Carlos Julio Rodríguez is a graduated from the Veterinary University, University of the República Oriental del Uruguay and specialized in Medical Clinics and Cirugy of Companion Animals.

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