Osteosarcoma #1 [MP3]

Osteosarcoma Dog Cancer Seminar # 1

The most common bone cancer in dogs is osteosarcoma. Dr. Dressler talks about

  • How osteosarcoma is diagnosed – by Xray, AFTER surgery
  • Why biopsies are almost never done for osteosarcoma
  • Risk factors for osteosarcoma
  • Breeds at risk
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Protocols and treatments
  • Amputation
  • And more…

As always, Dr. Dressler also answers questions from members about their dog’s cancer.

Seminar Details

00:25 Dr. Demian Dressler

Overview of Osteosarcoma, how it’s diagnosed— biopsy, X ray, and surgery, plus Osteosarcoma cancer rate statistics.

05:58 Dr. Demian Dressler

Human drugs for Osteosarcoma treatment, and surgical factors that increase the risk of Osteosarcoma.

13:54 Dr. Demian Dressler

Osteosarcoma and fluoride in water, and water filtration.

20:04 Dr. Demian Dressler

Answers reader’s question on Mast Cell Tumors, vaccinations, and the immune system.

23:18 Dr. Demian Dressler

Factors that can lead to cancer: diet, carcinogens, pesticides and herbicides, immune suppression, and depression and anxiety.

27:40 Dr. Demian Dressler

Treatment options for Osteosarcoma, aftercare and physical therapy, metastasis, and pain management.

42:25 Dr. Demian Dressler

Answers reader’s question on Osteosarcoma diagnosis and mis-diagnosis, life expectancy and gained life expectancy, available treatment options—conventional and alternative, and free radicals.

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