Lymphoma is a cancer of a specific white blood cell called the lymphocyte. Lymphocytes are the major cells found in lymph nodes. The lymph system is found in blood and tissues throughout the body - it is a network of vessels and nodes through which foreign proteins and disease organisms are circulated. Lymphocytes have a number of roles in the immune system, including the production of antibodies and other substances that fight infection and disease.
Roscoe was diagnosed with lymphoma in May, 2021 and started on GDF11 on 6/12/2021. Within two weeks his lymph nodes shrank from the size of grapes to the size of peas. His energy and coat also improved markedly.
Here is what Roscoe's cat Mom wrote on Roscoe's spreadsheet on 10/1/2021:
We hit a milestone with Roscoe's health yesterday, or at least this feels like one. Roscoe hasn't done laps around the apartment at midnight since his diagnosis in Spring. Watching him do this was one of our little nightly happiness thing. The thought has crossed my mind more than once that I wish I had cherished "the last time" I got to see him be so extra spritely a little more. But it wasn't the last time after all! Now that he's feeling so much better and I'm so happy his therapies are working!! Thank you so much for everything you've done leading up to this date. I'm been content with his feistiness levels during spring and summer, but am over the moon to see him really exercising and wanting to play hard like he used to.
Given the prognosis of cat and dog lymphoma, which is around two month's survival, GDF11 is certainly worth a try. Remember that GDF11 is endogenous, meaning it is natural and found within all of us. Also note we have had great success in reversing dog hemangiosarcoma, and it's a reasonable bet that we'll continue to do the same with lymphoma. All cancers have stem cell like properties which GDF11 binds to and interferes with their mitochondrial function. Which kills or incapacitates tumor cells.
We are strictly pay for performance and all we ask up for upfront is a $500 setup fee which includes a custom dosing/biomarker spreadsheet, allometric dosing analysis, etc. Once your dog/cat makes it to the 2 month mark on GDF11, we do ask that you make a $2500 donation to further our cancer research.
You also need to purchase an Emfit, which costs $250 and goes under your cat or dog's bed. The Emfits give us key biomarkers such as heart rate variability, pulse, breaths per minute, percent deep sleep, etc. We use Emfit biomarkers to finely tune GDF11 dose as well as tumor load, age, weight and other factors. Here is an Emfit screenshot that for you to see firsthand many useful biomarkers it measures.
We do not sell or provide GDF11, so you'd need to budget about $250 to buy it from the many labs that sell it.
For now, please see our hemangiosarcoma page and follow the instructions under "How to Enroll Your Dog in Our HSA study" to sign your cat or dog up. Also, if you wan to learn more about GDF11, which is a fascinating endogenous molecule that all mammalian life shares, please read the section entitled "Learn More About GDF11".
Thank you for your time and we look forward to helping you turn your lymphoma dog or cat around.
Dean is a 37 pound Corgi who was born on November 16th, 2016. On August 23, 2022, Dean was diagnosed with lymphoma and you can read his vet report here.
Fortunately for Dean, his forward thinking dog Dad George decided to try GDF11 to cure Dean's lymphoma. George moved quickly to get Dean on GDF11 and Dean commenced GDF11 therapy on 8/26/22.
Dean responded very well to GDF11 and by 9/10/22, Dean's vet could no longer feel Dean's mandibular or popliteal lymph nodes.
Now Dean has excellent biomarkers with heart rate variability of 118, pulse of 52 and breaths per minute of 13. Anecdotally, Dean has plenty of energy again.
Dean continues to take a maintenance dose of GDF11 to prevent a recurrence of lymphoma.
Bella is a 35 pound English bulldog who was born October 11, 2012. Bella was diagnosed with lung cancer on January 5th, 2022 and you can read all her vet notes here.
Bella had a large tumor on her lung removed on January 22, 2022 which hasn’t resurfaced. However, the vet found 2 more small tumors on each lung. On February 22, 2022, one was .8 cm and the other was .65 cm. She started chemotherapy and the 2 tumors did grow, but did not spread. They were 1.67 cm and .9 cm in size.
Bella commenced GDF11 therapy on June 24, 2022 to shrink and eradicate her lung tumors. As of December, 2022, Bella is cured, is active with a nice low pulse of 54 and breaths per minute of 12.
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