In one left teat of this dog, several lentil-sized malignancies developed. During the 3-month treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the tumors shrank then disappeared completely. Calcified knots, hard to the touch, remained in place of the bigger tumors. Eight months later the dog was till free of symptoms.
The spaniel was spayed because of uterine inflammation. One year later, malignancy developed in several teats on the right side. After 2 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the tumors decreased in size and became removable surgically. One and a half years later the dog remained free of symptoms.
A walnut-sized mammary tumor was diagnosed at the dog. She received a cure with Vetera-DDW-25 for 2 years which arrested tumor growth. After the two years, the tumor could be extirpated. Later the tumor did not recur and the animal died at the age of 15 years in heart failure.
A ping-pong ball sized, fast growing, not circumscribed mass was found in one teat of this dog. By histology, epithelioma was verified, and the dog received Vetera-DDW-25 for 1 month. Thanks to that, the tumor ceased to grow, became separated from the surroundings, and could be completely removed surgically. For two years there was no relapse.
In both teat rows of the dog, small tumors started to grow that could not be operated because of the dog’s severe heart disease. Two months of Vetera-DDW-25 application made the tumors shrink and kept them from growing even a year later.
In both teat rows of this dog, dozens of small malignancies developed that could not be operated because of the dog’s age. On the effect of 2 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application some tumors were resorbed while the cherry-sized tumors shrank, and necrotized or left a hard knot behind. The dog lived on without symptoms, no metastases were found in the lungs or other organs.
In this female cat, mammary cancer relapsed half a year after surgical removal. After administering Vetera-DDW-25 for 1 month, the tumor decreased in size and could be removed surgically with intact margins. The cat remained symptom-free for over a year.
Several malignant tumors, with possible lung metastasis, developed in the mammary tissues of this cat. After 2 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the tumors, deemed inoperable before, could be extirpated. The cat remained symptom-free for over 2 years with repeated cures of Vetera-DDW-25 every 6 months.
Tumors of size from peppercorn to cherry developed in both teat rows of this cat. After 2 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application, a part of the tumors disappeared while the bigger ones shrank to calcified knots.
This male dog had a tumor growing on his rectum removed twice because of relapse. After the second surgery, the animal was treated with Vetera-DDW-25 for 4 months and the diseases did not recur any more.
In the rectum of the dog, a tumor involving muscles was growing and was inoperable due to its location. The dog received Vetera-DDW-25 for 2 months; at the end of the treatment, only a shrunk, necrotized mass was fund at the place of the tumor.
The male dog had defecation problems, and the examinations verified a tumor invading the rectal muscles. After 2 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application, defecation normalized. By physical examination, a hard, significantly shrunk tissue mass was found at the place of the tumor.
A walnut-sized malignant tumor adhered to the rectal muscles of the Westie, inoperable due to the dog’s age and the location of the tumor. The tumor grew fast. The ill Westie was given Vetera-DDW-25 treatment for 4 months resulting in necrosis of the tumorous tissue. Eight months later the dog was still symptom-free.
The cat was slipping on its bottom making the owner suspect helminthic infection. The vet, consulted 3 months after onset of the symptoms, diagnosed an inoperable tumor infiltrating the rectal region. One and a half months of Vetera-DDW-25 application made the tumor shrink to one fourth in size and the irritation cease.
The cat had no appetite, lost weight, and a lung tumor was found by sonography. A survival of 2-3 weeks after diagnosis was predicted and the attending vet suggested euthanasia. At this time, application of Vetera-DDW-25 was started. Thanks to the treatment, the whole tumor disappeared form the cat’s lung. The disease recrudesced a few months after the end of treatment but another cure with Vetera-DDW-25 made the animal symptom-free again. Since then the cat has received the deuterium-depleted preparation continually, and has been well and symptom-free for years.
The female dog remained in heat. In 2 months she lost much weight and got weak. Sonography showed an ovarian tumor that invaded its surroundings and could not be completely removed in an operation. After 3 months of application of Vetera-DDW-25, ultrasound showed no more pathological mass. The dog was healed: was lively again and gained weight.
The female guinea pig ceased to eat, lost much weight in 2 weeks and lost hairs. By ultrasound examination, bilateral ovarian cancer was found. Three weeks after starting treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, no more ovarian enlargement was palpated. The animal regained its appetite and put up weight.
In this dog pancreatic cancer was diagnosed. The dog grew thin, lost appetite and had often vomiting. Treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 showed effect already after 3 months: enzyme production of the pancreas was restored, liver function was normalized. The dog became vivid again and regained normal body weight.
A tumor developed in the pancreas of this cat infected with leucosis virus. The cat rapidly lost weight and often vomited the feed. After 2 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the animal’s digestion was normal again, and its condition was restored. Follow-up exam showed the tumor shrinking.
The male dog, with a tumorous mass filling its abdominal cavity to 80%, was brought to the vet’s surgery in life-threatening condition. Three weeks after starting treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the dog’s urination was normal again and bleeding ceased. Sonography, repeated after 3 months of treatment, showed substantial reduction of the tumorous mass. The animal’s condition was healthy again.
In the abdominal cavity of the male dog, a soft tumor of unknown origin was growing, causing severe pains when the animal moved. After 1.5 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the tumor shrank and the pains were gone. The dog was free of symptoms for over a year.
The spayed female vomited several times every day and her belly enlarged. The vet’s diagnosis was an abdominal tumor. The cat was irritable, did not tolerate examinations well, so the owner decided to apply Vetera-DDW-25. After 1 month treatment the tumor receded, vomiting stopped, and the cat regained her appetite and good mood.
The dog lost appetite, grew thin, was reluctant to walk and slept a lot. Examinations detected an inoperable liver tumor. After 3 weeks treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the general state of the dog started to improve, it became more mobile and regained appetite. After 4 months, ultrasound showed tumor-free state.
The cat’s diagnosis was liver cancer. She ate very little, lost weight, and had ongoing diarrhea. After the first 2 weeks of Vetera-DDW-25 application, diarrhea gradually ceased. The cat’s appetite improved, in 3 months her original body weight was regained. The tumor shrank and the animal remained symptom-free for over a year.
Liver cancer in advanced state was diagnosed in the cat. The animal was abnormally thin and was fed artificially. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the cat became more vivid, and ate spontaneously. She lived further 6 months in good health.
The animal lost weight and its hair started to fall out. Sonography showed a liver tumor. Improvement of state was seen already after 2 weeks of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the tumor turned to a solid mass, the animal regained appetite, its hairs became thicker, and its condition improved.
The cat became moody and lost appetite. Sonography showed tissue proliferation around the left kidney. After 4 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the cat’s general feeling and condition improved substantially, the blood parameters normalized.
The female vizsla continually lost weight. The examinations showed tumor in the kidney region and blood test also indicated deteriorating kidney function. After 3 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application, ultrasound showed no more presence of the tumor, and kidney function improved and stabilized.
The male dog was diagnosed with tumor of the urinary bladder. Surgical removal was impossible due to the extent of the tumor, and euthanasia was suggested. Three weeks after commencing Vetera-DDW-25 application, urination was normalized and urine became clear. The dog lived further 2 years and was finally put out because of heart insufficiency. In the autopsy, no trace of the bladder tumor was found.
The male dog urinated small amounts frequently, and blood was found in his urine. Sonography showed an inoperable tumor surrounding the urethra. After 3 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the tumor decreased in size considerably and urination was normal again.
A malignancy of skin origin grew on the leg of this male dog. After the first surgery, the tumor reappeared and started to grow again. Then, before a second operation, treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 was started. After 1 month of application, the tumor could be removed with clear margins and the animal was free of symptoms for 6 months.
In the thigh region of the dog’s left hind leg, a skin swelling of 3 cm size appeared, and was histologically identified as malignant mastocytoma. In the course of 2 months application of Vetera-DDW-25, the tumor shrank and became operable. For one year following surgery, the dog remained tumor-free.
On the upper eyelid of this female dog, a malignancy grew, causing constant irritation and inflammation of the conjunctiva. Surgical intervention was excluded due to the animal’s severe heart insufficiency. On the effect of 3 months application of Vetera-DDW-25, the tumor ceased to grow, then shrank to one third, making any surgery unnecessary.
There were 2-3 cm diameter areas of hair loss and skin thickening on the dog’s body. Histological diagnosis was a benign skin tumor. After 4 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, no further skin anomalies appeared and the existing ones receded half a year later.
A pinhead-sized mass grew on the left lower eyelid on the dog, found to be malignant by histology. After 2 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the pathological tissue necrotized and could be removed surgically without anesthesia. After surgery the eyelid regenerated.
A wart-like mass grew at the base of ear of the dog which it scratched out continually. Histological examination verified a malignancy, prone to relapse. Before surgery, the dog received Vetera-DDW-25 for 1 month, which made the tumor decrease in size, enabling easy removal. Two years later, the animal was still symptom-free, no relapse took place.
Outgrowths appeared on the lip of this mongrel. Some of them were bleeding, were disturbing the animal at eating, and the mucosa around the biggest, pea-sized tumor was highly inflamed. The diagnosis was epithelioma. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25, supplemented with antibiotics, the size of the tumors was halved in a month. By the end of the second month, the tumors resolved completely and inflammation ceased. Three years after the diagnosis the animal was still free of symptoms.
In the left elbow region of this male dog, a skin malignancy of 2 cm size developed in 2 months. Its location and the dog’s heart problem prevented surgical removal, so treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 was opted for. The diseased area regenerated after 4 months and the dog became tumor free.
A benign tissue mass was growing in the eyelid of the dog, disturbing its vision. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25, the size of the mass decreased. By repeating the cure every 3 months, the tumor was reduced to a size that no more disturbed the animal’s seeing.
On the lower eyelid of the cat, an inward-growing dark mass appeared, causing continuous inflammation. It was identified as melanoma. An operation appeared risky because a large area would have to be removed. Thanks to a 2 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the tumor separated from its surroundings and could be extirpated easily.
A lentil-sized melanoma grew on his lower eyelid. The cat’s eye was tearing continually, the conjunctiva inflamed again and again. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the tumor shrank and separated from the surroundings. This successful pre-treatment made the tumor easily removable surgically.
The cat’s owners observed a swelling on its lip, diagnosed by the vet as epithelial tumor. Following the first surgery, the disease relapsed, necessitating another intervention. After the second surgery, no more cuts were possible at the treated area, so that a treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 was commenced. The cat received the deuterium-depleted preparation for several months and remained free of symptoms also after its cessation.
The bird stood on one leg in its cage, avoided using its left leg, and on moving it the animal showed signs of pain. In the thigh, a lentil-sized malignoma was diagnosed. Two weeks after commencing Vetera-DDW-25 application, the tumor necrotized and the thigh musculature remained functional. A little lameness remained but the bird regained motility.
A tumor was growing in the dog’s testis and a few small metastases were also found in the lungs. The dog could not be operated due to kidney problems. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the testicular tumor ceased to grow and the foci in the lung became blurred.
The male dog had to be emasculated because of testis malignancy. X-ray test showed a metastasis in the right lung. At the end of Vetera-DDW-25 application, repeated X-ray showed no tumor. One and a half year later the animal was free of symptoms.
Prostate cancer was detected by sonography at this male dog. He did not eat, lost weight and had increasing difficulty with urination. After 4 months of treatment, the tumor decreased in size and urination became normal.
In this male dog, a walnut-sized knot was palpated in the muscles of the left hind thigh, and was found to be rhabdomyosarcoma by histology. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25 application, the tumor shrank and was safely removed surgically. Contrary to expectations, no relapse was seen in one and a half years.
In the non-spayed female dog, the left hindmost teat grew to walnut size. Its surroundings were inflamed and tender. By histology, myosarcoma, a muscle tumor, was diagnosed. Half a year after surgical removal, the tumor reappeared. Before repeat surgery, the dog was treated with Vetera-DDW-25 for 1 month, and thanks to that, the shrunk tumor was extirpated, and no relapse was seen in one year.
A malignancy of 4 cm size was found in the abdominal muscles of the female dog. The animal was operated twice but the tumor recrudesced the third time. Then, treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 was commenced. In the third operation, one and a half months later, the tumor could be removed with clear margins, and no more relapse was seen.
The male husky underwent three surgeries in one and a half years because of an aggressively growing tumor in the left leg. After the fourth relapse, no more surgery was possible so the only solution appeared to be euthanasia. At this time, treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 was started. The tumor stopped growing and began to decrease. The animal lived on for 3 years in good health, free of pains, using the affected leg normally.
In the flank region of this dog, excluded from anesthesia and operation due to its health state, a tumor growing in the muscles was found. Treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 arrested tumor growth, then caused its palpable shrinkage. The dog lived for 2 more years and died in heart insufficiency, not related to the primary disease.
The dog had lost appetite and suffered from ongoing diarrhea for two months, and lost much weight. The diagnosis was T-cell lymphoma. After 3 months of treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the dog’s bowel function was normal again. One year later, its quality of life was undisturbed.
The male spaniel was treated for 2 months, suspecting pharyngitis because of swollen neck lymph nodes and other symptoms. Antibiotics brought about no improvement, and repeated blood test and histology finally gave the diagnosis of Hodgkin’s disease (malignancy of the lymph nodes). After 4 months of Vetera-DDW-25 application, lab test results became negative and the dog lived 13 years.
The dog’s pharyngeal lymph nodes were swollen to threefold, and lymph node cancer was diagnosed. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25 application for 3 months, the enlarged lymph nodes returned to normal size and the animal regained its healthy condition.
Of especial importance is the case of the cat to which deuterium-depleted water was applied the first time during the clinical tests. In the 9 years old male cat, leucosis, deemed incurable in cats before, was verified histologically. The cat arrived in the veterinary clinic in very poor general state, so that the preparation was given him first by syringe, 5 times 10 mL per day. On the fifth day, the cat drank alone, became more lively, and a few days later could eat by itself. After 3 weeks of treatment in the clinic, enlarged lymph nodes were still palpable in the animal, but no other symptoms were present any more. Months later, the primary disease was no more found even by histology. The cat remained healthy beyond 10 years of age, and the last information said it became more than 20 years old.
The case was published in a veterinary journal (Kisállatorvoslás 3, 114-115, 1996).
The cat started to lose weight, ate little and became weak. Blood test verified leucosis virus infection. On the effect of Vetera-DDW-25 application for 4 months, the cat regained healthy condition, and the repeated blood test was negative.
The cat lost weight, became irritable, had hair loss and altered behavior. Blood test verified leucosis. By application of Vetera-DDW-5 for 1.5 months, the cat’s usual condition was restored, its behavior was quieter, and repeated blood tests for 3 years were negative for leucosis.
The leucosis infected animal lived for one year with good quality of life under traditional treatment, but then his state deteriorated rapidly (lost appetite, grew thin). By the third month of Vetera-DDW-25 application, his state improved conspicuously, he regained normal vitality. Blood test, six months later, verified virus-free state.
The lymph nodes of this cat grew to walnut size bodywide due to leucosis infection, she lost weight and hairs. Two months after onset of treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the lymph nodes returned to normal size. The animal had better mood and appetite, and regained condition.
The cat started to lose weight, had bad appetite and mood. Blood test verified leucosis virus infection. After 6 weeks of treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the cat regained appetite, put up weight and was vivid again. Blood test, half a year later, verified virus-free state, the animal was healed.
Of the 3 sibling cats of the owner family, two started to get thinner and lost appetite. All three cats were found to be leucosis virus infected, and treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 was started. Three months later, the two cats with better condition were healed while the third one, sickly from birth on, deceased. The two healed siblings were virus negative also in the repeated blood test.
A malignant tumor, infiltrating the surrounding tissues, grew in the left fore axilla of this female dog. After 6 weeks of treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the tumor became circumscribed on palpation, decreased in size and was thus removable surgically. There was no relapse in over one year.
An apple-sized disintegrating tumor, recognized by the owner too late, was diagnosed in this dog. Vetera-DDW-25 was applied, together with proper wound treatment, for 2 months, after which the tumor became operable and was removed successfully. There was no relapse, the dog was still healthy 1 year later.
This male dog had to have one finger toe from the right forepaw removed because of malignancy, but the tumor recrudesced soon at the site of operation. Then, treatment Vetera-DDW-25 was commenced. After 2 months of application, the tumor receded then necrotized completely. Two years later the dog was free of symptoms.
The female dog suddenly started to lose vitality. She slept a lot, and was reluctant to take a walk. Examinations detected no organ damage. As the deuterium-depleted preparation Vetera-DDW-25 has also beneficial effect on the general state of the organism, the dog’s owners started to give the animal Vetera-DDW-25 on the vet’s advice. Three weeks later the dog’ state showed considerable changes: she was glad to go out again, ran up the stairs and had better condition and appetite.
The English bulldog suffered from food allergy. Constant skin reddening and itching could not be corrected even by using hypoallergenic feeds. Continuous application of Vetera-DDW-25 in reduced dose resulted in complete elimination of the symptoms.
The Bernese showed confused behavior and showed unsure musculoskeletal pains. Its Lyme test was positive. The antibiotic cures applied gave only temporary alleviation and the disease relapsed. On the effect of 3 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the symptoms ceased.
The dog regularly vomited and her fur became matted. Histology and blood test revealed liver degeneration of unknown origin. After 3 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the dog’ state was normalized, her appetite returned and weight gain was seen. By repeated 2-month cures twice a year, the dog’s health state was still good two years later.
The dog’s skin produced abnormally much sebum because of hypothyroidism, and the problem could not be amended by traditional medication. By continuous dosing of Vetera-DDW-25, sebum production was normalized and the animal became symptom-free.
The dog had continuous diarrhea due to chronic colitis. Antibiotics and steroids brought about only temporary improvement, followed by relapse. After 3 months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the symptoms were gone. By traditional treatment and then repeated Vetera-DDW-25 cure, the dog’s digestion was fully normalized.
Kidney functions of the dog kept deteriorating, with a non-malignant disease in the background. The dog’s health got ever worse in spite of a kidney-friendly diet, it grew thinner and kidney function was decaying. Four months treatment with Vetera-DDW-25 resulted in impressive improvement of the animal’s health state.
The dog suffered an apoplexy. It failed to react on external stimuli, did not eat or drink, and walked in circles. Vets gave up hope after a week because the dog failed to react on any treatment. On the effect of 2 weeks treatment with Vetera-DDW-25, the dog’s compulsive movements ceased. It started to take attention of the surroundings, and ate and drank alone. The animal was healed except for a minor motor coordination disturbance.
Traditional treatment failed to improve the state of this cat, suffering from pyelonephritis.
After giving the cat Vetera-DDW-25 for four days, its appetite returned, and one month application resulted in satisfactory kidney function with improved condition and vigor of the cat.
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