Breast Cancer Survivors

Chemo Secrets From a Breast Cancer Survivor

Undergoing chemotherapy can be one of the most terrifying things that you go through in your life. One of the most frightening things about chemotherapy is the lack of real information that most people have about it, and the unknown makes it so much more frightening as a result. This eBook, written by a young cancer survivor gives you the real story about what chemo is all about. The most valuable information you can get about chemotherapy is from someone that has already experienced it. This PDF eBook allows you to download and read it as soon as your order it. You can begin your journey of reassurance as soon as you want! Because that's what this is about: chemo does not have to be a terrifying unknown! Other people have gone through it before, and want to help you through it as well! This eBook is the guide through chemo that many people wish they could have had, and now you can have it yourself! More here...

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Nalie Augustin
Price: $19.97

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Of all books related to the topic, I love reading this e-book because of its well-planned flow of content. Even a beginner like me can easily gain huge amount of knowledge in a short period.

All the modules inside this e-book are very detailed and explanatory, there is nothing as comprehensive as this guide.

Spaying and Neutering for a Happier Healthier

The nicest thing you can do for yourself, your family, and your APBT is to have your dog spayed or neutered. Females spayed before their first season, usually at around 6 months of age, are at much less risk of developing breast cancer than unspayed females. Because spaying removes the female's reproductive organs, spayed females never suffer cancers or infections of the ovaries or uterus. In addition, they don't have unwanted pregnancies and won't bleed all over your rug for several days twice a year. Spaying a female when she is young gives her a healthier life, gives you fewer hassles, and doesn't add to the pet overpopulation problem.


The symptoms include frequent and painful urination, difficult bowel movements (resulting from an enlarged prostate pressing on the rectum), restlessness, reluctance to sit down, and a rise in the temperature. Some cases of prostatitis are helped by chemotherapy, others require surgery. Consult your veterinarian for the best treatment for your dog.

The CWord

Malignant tumors can sometimes be cured, but other times may, unfortunately, leave you and your vet with limited options for treatment. The main treatments for both curable and incurable tumors are surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy. A more detailed explanation of each is listed in the table below and your vet may recommend one or more of these options, but more advanced cases may require the use of either pain control or euthanasia. This is one of a pet owner's most difficult moments, and while a vet can help your decision by making his or her recommendation, it is ultimately your responsibility to decide what is best for your friend. Chemotherapy Mammary tumors most commonly occur in unspayed, older females, and they occur in multiple instances near the dog's teats. They can be either benign or malignant, but most are painless. You can typically feel these tumors just under the skin of your female, so if you detect a small, harder area of tissue, get your...

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