You are NOT alone.  

A diagnosis of hemangiosarcoma sucks in about a thousand ways, and I am intimately aware of each of them after thirty plus years in a veterinary practice helping pets like yours. 

I have written up a worksheet on the latest care of pets with HSA, which includes not only thoughts on traditi onal chemotherapy but also newer approaches involving more HOME time and less VET CLINIC time. Our HSA handout also includes descriptions of advanced cancer-fighting options like Fidocure precision medicine, along with the use of sup plements and specific anti-cancer diets.  

While current science tells us that traditional doxorubicin-based chemotherapy still provides the longest survival times, there is ABSOLUTELY a place for adjunct therapies... including natural supplements.  

You should also consider the benefits of our prescription RAPAMYCIN, which has been proven to fight HSA in multiple studies. We can provide rapamycin for you either with your local veterinarian's prescription or with a Concierge Consult with me. 

Other supplements commonly recommended for HSA patients are the mushroom concentrate ImYunity and Yunnan Bao, a traditional Chinese herb with proven anti-bleeding properties. 

Our Hemangiosarcoma bundle contains three supplements, each of which have been proven effective against HSA:

  • LONGEVITY PLUS contains patented CurcuWin Ultra Plus, the most bioavailable form of curcumin on the market. Curcumin, as you probably know, is the most potent natural anti-cancer supplement available. It also contains ashwagandha to reduce stress and cancer cell proliferation, along with boswellia... another good anti-inflammatory supplement with proven anti-cancer properties. 
  • TURKEY TAIL MUSHROOM, proven to increase survival times in HSA dogs
  • DECAF GREEN TEA CAPS, a great source of EGCG --a proven and potent anti-cancer supplement in multiple studies. 

Our goal with this supplement pack is to help you get proven supplements for your pet, as easily as possible. Optimal care CAN be simple.

I understand that you have a lot on your mind these days. One thing to remember: YOUR DOG DOES NOT KNOW THEY ARE SICK... and your goal is not to tell them through your words or actions. I understand how hard this is, but my advice to you is to keep a normal and happy voice tone, and to keep daily routines... routine. 

I'm here for you. If you have a question or two along the way, just let me know. All the best to you and your dog, Dr. Kevin