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Babbling Diagnosis: Cat Cancer, Leukemia, Lymphoma

The key to curing cat cancer, lymphoma, leukemia, Aids, and all incurable diseases is to see beyond the disease name and beyond any fatal conclusions implied by that name.

The Disease Name Game.

Your vet says that your cat has lymphoma. Lymphoma is a perfectly good word. The dictionary tells us that “lymphoma” means “cancer of the lymph nodes”. Lymphoma is diagnosed when there is a proliferation of malignant lymphocytes within the lymphatic system…. I could go on here to define the lymphatic system, and to delineate lymphocytes, and the other cellular structures involved in lymphoma.
The same dictionary approach could be done with feline Aids, leukemia and all the so-called incurable cat diseases.
Herein lies a warning from the Wizard of Oz, “Don’t look behind the curtain.” Because behind the curtain of words lies an even vaster unnamed territory.

Too often, the naming game provides a cover for real understanding. Naming the pathology can easily be a mirage of understanding. Even worse, the search for a name becomes an end in itself. Those who do the searching, scientific investigators, are enriched by the process.

What’s in a Name?

“Doctor, what is the name of this suffering?” The doctor then carries out a variety of sophisticated tests and reports back. “Your cat has lymphosarcoma.”
So what? The search should not be primarily for the name but for a treatment with a history of success. If the name includes a host of dangerous, expensive, and prolonged treatments, then maybe we should do away with that particular name.Let’s try another name. How about chronic nutrient deficiency?

The linguistic territory of diseases is a rich field to mine for ever more names. Names piled upon names. Do you ever get the feeling that the names are a cover for the lack of therapeutic success? If chemo is not working, the failure is not in the chemo but in the missing words.The missing words could be lymphoma with a salad of acronyms: HIV, FIV, etc. What difference does it make in the cat’s health?

Beware of the Name Game.

The naming game has endless potential to trick the unwary into thinking that naming a disease entity and its parts has any necessary relationship to actually curing the disease. The name may help or it may hinder. In any case, there is no necessary relationship.
Let me give an example. Let us say that there is a holistic doctor that cares nothing about the theories of cancer, lymphoma, Aids, and leukemia. However, the vet is an astute observer. She notices that the cat’s eyes have no sparkle, the breath is stale, the stools smell rotten, and the cat has no energy. Her prescription is to supplement with probiotics, colostrum, a grain free diet, pure water, and other natural supplements to raise vitality.
This cancerous cat has an excellent chance to recover because all the remedies are safe, natural, gentle, and have a long history of improving the health of cats. Yet, the holistic vet never needed to know that cancer was present. It wasn’t the name or the lack of a name that made a difference. The difference is found in an attunement: Cat, feline, mammal, herb, tree, and everything that grows upon the Mother Earth.

Let us take an example at the other end of the therapeutic spectrum: an orthodox vet who knows all the studies, knows the name of every part, and knows the forms of cancerous cells. This vet’s extensive laboratory can see down to a sand-grain sized cancer cell. The lab can sequence the genes of a cat to see if there is a genetic susceptibility. This vet has a large arsenal of drugs and high tech interventions to treat cancer. This vet can medicate with hormones, chemo, radiation, and various surgeries.

If his cat patients survive this toxic onslaught, their health will never be the same. The literature is clear that chemo, radiation, and surgery destroy the health of all the patients. Even though this vet knows all the names, all the diagnostic strategies, and all the medications, his outcome is always worse than the holistic vet. See the attunement: synthetic chemicals, burning radiation, excising tissue, and the specter of grim prognosis.

Beware the Wizards of Words. It is not about the mumbo jumbo. It is about successfully treating cancer, Aids, lymphoma, leukemia and the other so-called incurable diseases with safe, gentle, natural, and time-tested remedies.

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13 thoughts on “Babbling Diagnosis: Cat Cancer, Leukemia, Lymphoma”

  1. My 4 yr old cat, Monkey, has a rapidly growing tumor in a lymph on the side of her throat. It has quadrupled in 3 weeks and is very hard. Very large. She’s still eating and I am giving her Carnivora, Life Gold by petwellbeing, a chagia product +, and a cancer protocol from a Canadian co consisting of cell salts, astaxantine,herring clupe3 and pandalus borealis. She on various Spooky remote frequencies. Nothing has slowed down the masses growth. Although I only started the Canadian protocol 2 days ago. I am freaking. Do you know of anything that can affect this tumor growth? All her blood work 3 weeks ago was normal. I can handle the fe leu and the lymphoma over time, I did it before with some of the products I’m using now, but this mass is growing too fast. It will kill her soon. Thank you for any and all help! Carol and Monkey Hoffman

  2. My cat was diagnosed with l ymphoma, growth found in small intestine and kidney. Symptoms were loss appetite, weight loss, no desire to play, weakness. My cat recently went through a 5 week course Doxycycline for mycoplasma infection and is for positive. Blood tests came back good, besides high calcium. What do you reccommend?

  3. Hi Steve,

    I would love your input and feedback for my 9 year old cat who was just diagnosed with FELV. Before Thursday I knew nothing about Feline a leukemia and am trying to research as much as I can. He is now taking Predisone, and Veraflox and had a blood transfusion Friday due to being anemic. I am curious if he could take your immune restoration? Any advice or guidance is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    • Hi Evynn,
      Thank you for writing in. Unfortunately, Feline Leukemia is a big epidemic that we handle all the time. You are right the Advanced Immune Restoration Protocol is the right product to purchase. This will help to boost the immune system to fight back. Also, it is very important to reduce all things that cause inflammation. No corn, wheat, soy or chicken in their diet. Let us know how else we can help. Take care

  4. My girl is 10 and was diagnosed with both large and small cell lymphoma in July of last year. We are doing chemo (CHOP) and she’s been getting along ok, but has severe bouts of diarrhea and vomiting. She’s eating well. Thinking the Advanced Immune Restoration Protocol might be a good try?

  5. Would the dosing for Celloquent did the same for a 5 lb cat? We have a two year old with possible lymphoma. I happen to have some Celloquent on hand, and would like to start her on that. I just wanted to double-check the dose, since she’s a tiny thing.

    • The dose needs to be discovered in a process described in our Dosage Guide.

      Guidance on dosage for dogs and cats but especially for cats:

      (1) These dosage tips apply to any new food or supplement.

      There is no set dosage for the optimal dosage. The optimal dosage varies from animal to animal. The optimal, or effective, dosage has to be found by testing, administering incrementally. Similarly, there is no set combination of products. The combination of supplements has to be found by testing. You are looking for stability not a preset dosage and combination of products.

      (2) Start with any one product.

      (3) Proceed little by little. Incrementalism creates steps in the dosages and combinations. You may increase or decrease dosages every four hours .

      Keep a diary if necessary. By proceeding in steps,  you can back up to a previous dosage, stay at the present dosage, or move forward by increasing dosages and adding additional supplements. These products have no toxic dose, so you can test safely, without the risk of serious side effects.

      (4) There are no hard rules for adding additional products. You will have to judge by the results. Everything is safe and the worst thing that can happen is diarrhea or vomiting. In which case, you back up.

      (5) Judge your animals reaction at each step. Are the symptoms getting worse? getting better? or are they staying the same? This will help guide you as to whether you should increase, stay the same, or go back to a previous dose.

      (6) If at the first step, you get an increase in diarrhea or vomiting, stop that supplement, and try another. If there is no change, continue raising dosage until you start seeing symptoms getting better, or add another product to the first, as they could work better together

      (7) If you reach a step where symptoms seem to get worse, go back to the previous step. 

      (8) At the step that symptoms improve, stay at that step, unless you feel there is room for even more improvement, then keep increasing.

      (9) Feed only one type of food. Preferably “Limited ingredients, grain free, single protein”. Rabbit or venison. No snacks or food variations. This will eliminate variables.

      (10) If your animal will not eat the supplements on food, then go thru the preceding steps by syringe feeding or use a rubber-coated baby spoon.

      (11) Wet powders to add to dry food to ensure the powders are not inhaled.

  6. Hello! My cat is five years old and a lump suddenly appeared on his head a month ago. Within a week from when it appeared, it grew bigger. On the following week, he was able to get a biopsy and the lump came back as large cell lymphoma. A few days later, the doctor removed the tumor. Prior to surgery and up until present, I’ve been giving him probiotics and goat colostrum everyday. He’s doing good and has no diarrhea or constipation. After two weeks of surgery, I started him on cbd oil everyday as well.
    This past Monday, I took him to see an oncologist. She gave me the several treatments that would be available for him. They took bloodwork; all came back as normal, even the calcium levels were in normal range whereas they weren’t prior surgery because of the tumor.
    He is doing really good now. He acts, eats, plays and uses the litter box regularly. He’s happy which I’m glad to see.
    I haven’t agreed to any medical treatments. I’m really pushing forward with continuing the natural products at home (cbd oil, colostrum & probiotics). I believe it will help build and keep his immunity strong.
    Is there anything else that you would recommend I give him? I would greatly appreciate the suggestions!

  7. Hi Steve, I have a 7 year old tabby that I took to vet yesterday. He has been having on/off chronic vomiting, weight loss, food intolerance. They told me physical exam he has small intestine thickening and X-ray showed similar results no obstruction or anything. possible diagnoses is IBD and/or GI Lymphoma Extremely dehydrated and elevated bilirubin and liver enzymes along with WBCs soooo, they recommend IM consult and US however they are booked for weeks. We are in LA and trying to get him to seen sooner but no luck so far. I have been giving him hemp oil for his nausea and probiotics for his digestion. Even though I work in the ER, I prefer holistic approach. Any suggestions highly appreciated

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