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#276722 - 03/24/13 03:21 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added to the stickies, IP6 (cancer supplement and tNF suppressor), info regarding radiation: http://www.lifeextensionvitamins.com/11inprdnafrr.html
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Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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#278455 - 04/03/13 03:34 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added this to the Spay/Neuter sticky:

UC Davis Golden Retriever Study, 2/2013

Quote:
A team of researchers led by Dr. Benjamin L. Hart at the University of California, Davis has completed the most detailed study performed to date that evaluates incidence of cancer diagnoses and joint problems in one breed -- Golden Retrievers -- by neuter status: early (before 12 months old), late (12 months or older), and intact. Consistent with previous studies on the topic, the results showed increased likelihood of hemangiosarcoma, lymphoma, mast cell tumors, and canine cruciate ligament (CCL) rupture in neutered dogs.

The most profound observations were in hip dysplasia in male dogs when comparing early and late-neutering. The risk of development of hip dysplasia doubles, and disease occurs at a younger age in the early-neuter group compared to both the intact and late-neuter group. No occurrence of CCL disease was observed in intact male or intact female dogs, or in late-neutered females. In early-neutered dogs, the incidence of CCL was 5.1 percent in males and 7.7 percent in females, suggesting that neutering prior to sexual maturity significantly increases a dogs risk of developing CCL disease. With respect to cancer, cases of lymphoma were 3-fold greater in the early-neutered males. Interestingly, incidence of mast cell tumors (male and female dogs) and hemangiosarcoma (female dogs only) were highest in the late-neuter group.

AKC Canine Health Foundation
http://www.akcchf.org/news-events/news/health-implications-in-early.html

Abstract

In contrast to European countries, the overwhelming majority of dogs in the U.S. are neutered (including spaying), usually done before one year of age. Given the importance of gonadal hormones in growth and development, this cultural contrast invites an analysis of the multiple organ systems that may be adversely affected by neutering. Using a single breed-specific dataset, the objective was to examine the variables of gender and age at the time of neutering versus leaving dogs gonadally intact, on all diseases occurring with sufficient frequency for statistical analyses. Given its popularity and vulnerability to various cancers and joint disorders, the Golden Retriever was chosen for this study. Veterinary hospital records of 759 client-owned, intact and neutered female and male dogs, 18 years old, were examined for diagnoses of hip dysplasia (HD), cranial cruciate ligament tear (CCL), lymphosarcoma (LSA), hemangiosarcoma (HSA), and mast cell tumor (MCT). Patients were classified as intact, or neutered early (<12 mo) or late (&#8805;12 mo). Statistical analyses involved survival analyses and incidence rate comparisons. Outcomes at the 5 percent level of significance are reported. Of early-neutered males, 10 percent were diagnosed with HD, double the occurrence in intact males. There were no cases of CCL diagnosed in intact males or females, but in early-neutered males and females the occurrences were 5 percent and 8 percent, respectively. Almost 10 percent of early-neutered males were diagnosed with LSA, 3 times more than intact males. The percentage of HSA cases in late-neutered females (about 8 percent) was 4 times more than intact and early-neutered females. There were no cases of MCT in intact females, but the occurrence was nearly 6 percent in late-neutered females. The results have health implications for Golden Retriever companion and service dogs, and for oncologists using dogs as models of cancers that occur in humans.
http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0055937

(See also the reference in the article.)
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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#280590 - 04/21/13 01:47 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added the last two links in the post about probiotics info:
http://germanshepherdhome.net/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/48623/Probiotics#Post48623
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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#282326 - 05/11/13 01:50 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added this link to the seizure sticky: http://www.stca.biz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=539:seizures-and-tremors&catid=332:epilepsy-and-seizures&Itemid=100
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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#284417 - 06/02/13 02:04 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added this to the TBD sticky. There are some new lyme vaccine references in there somewhere too.

Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Manifestations
of Tickborne Diseases in the United States
https://secure.muhealth.org/~ed/students/articles/cid_34_1206.pdf


Edited by MaxaLisa (06/02/13 03:06 PM)
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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#285687 - 06/15/13 01:26 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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#285794 - 06/16/13 02:00 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added to the health sticky:

Cancer diet (ketogenic)
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/06/16/ketogenic-diet-benefits.aspx

Doxy for cancer
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2940783/
(colon cancer)
http://www.journalofsurgicalresearch.com/article/S0022-4804(03)00580-8/abstract
(colon cancer)
http://www.wjso.com/content/7/1/2
(colon cancer)
http://ar.iiarjournals.org/content/29/10/3995.full (pancreatic cancer)
http://www.mupnet.com/JOCM%203(5)%20147-153.pdf (rain cancer)
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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#287061 - 06/25/13 05:55 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added a link to the Heart Disease sticky:
http://bigheartsfund.org/information/congestive-heart-failure/
(Thanks shepnterrier!)
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

Health Index
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#287595 - 06/29/13 06:22 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Was looking for info on boswellia and found some supplements for brain tumors, added to the cancer sticky: http://www.lef.org/protocols/cancer/brain_tumor_02.htm
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

Health Index
K9 TBD info and Tick List Links
http://www.rabieschallengefund.org/

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#288028 - 07/03/13 03:57 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

Health Index
K9 TBD info and Tick List Links
http://www.rabieschallengefund.org/

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