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There exists a natural process in the body called apoptosis that triggers cell suicide. While this may sound sinister, it is in fact s process that is vital to life, as it is the body’s mechanism by which cells that are damaged or mutated at the level of the DNA are removed and replaced with new cells with normal function. When damaged or mutated cells escape normal apoptosis they can begin to replicate en masse into subsequent abnormal tissues and cancer results.
The incidence of cancer in dogs is currently at an all time high. Thankfully, our ability in veterinary medicine to surgically and medically combat cancer continues to progress. However, not all cancers are curable and we are sometimes faced with changing our focus from eradication to achieving some level of remission while maintaining quality of life or palliative care. Whether a given dog cancer is curable or manageable for a time, Apocaps should be an integral component to the dog’s cancer treatment protocol.
Apocaps is a blend of medicinal extracts from mushrooms, roots, herbs, and fruits that contain naturally occurring apoptogens, that is, compounds that support normal apoptosis in the canine body, thereby triggering the canine immune system to remove damaged and/or mutated cells. This is invaluable for all manners of cancer where the body is given a significant boost in the removal of cancer cells.
The best part of Apocaps is that there is virtually no downside, as adverse effects are rare. The most commonly reported side effect is gastrointestinal disturbance which is usually prevented by administering the medication with a meal.
Apocaps should be administered only under the care of a veterinarian that is familiar with the product and should not be considered as a replacement for traditional cancer therapy. Rather, Apocaps should be used as part of a comprehensive cancer management veterinary medical protocol.
Dr. Roger Welton is a practicing veterinarian, highly regarded media personality through a number of topics and platforms, and author of The Man In The White Coat: A Veterinarian’s Tail Of Love. In addition to being passionate about integrative veterinary medicine for which he is a globally recognized expert, Dr. Welton was also an accomplished college lacrosse player and remains to this day very involved in the sport. He is president of Maybeck Animal Hospital , general partner of Grant Animal Clinic, and runs the successful veterinary/animal health blogs Web-DVM and Dr. Roger’s Holistic Veterinary Care. Dr. Welton fulfills his passion for lacrosse through his lacrosse and sport blog, The Creator’s Game.