A dog was rescued by a vet who had agreed to give her a revolutionary treatment.
Considered doomed by most experts consulted thus far, a cancerous dog was rescued by a veterinarian who agreed to give her a revolutionary treatment she had never heard of.
Ally Heck and her family live in Georgia, in the southern United States. There are 3 dogs on the farm, but their owners do not hide the fact that they prefer one of these animals. This is Dixie, an 8-year-old boxer who became seriously ill but survived, people report.
They were outnumbered when the various veterinarians who examined the dog explained to them that there was nothing more he could do. The most optimistic suggested amputation.
The Hecks were convinced that, on the contrary, something could be done to save her. They did their own research and found out that there is a drug called Stelfonta or tigilanol tiglate. It is a medicine made from a plant native to Australia. They then looked for a veterinarian willing to handle it and eventually found one.
“Cancer is dead. Let’s go”.
That person is Lauren Johnson. When Dixie’s owners contacted her, she told them that she had never heard of this treatment but was willing to give it a try.
The vet and the Hecks won. “He has been tested several times and the cancer is gone. The cancer is dead. Like this,” says Ally Heck. The swelling disappeared within a few weeks.