Hello to all our followers and supporters.
We were very pleased to hear that our first canine sarcoma patient Moose has been more than 3 1/2 years cancer free after IsoPet® Therapy.
This is an excellent outcome for Moose, and a strong indicator of the effectiveness of IsoPet® Therapy.
However, I am concerned, with an abundance of caution, that the news regarding a single patient does not provide a complete and balanced picture. We have worked
hard to earn a reputation for complete transparency do not want to give the incorrect perception that we communicate only the most positive results. We have learned numerous things in our ongoing
research and development with this revolutionary product.
Information in the medical literature indicates that soft tissue sarcomas are prone to recurrence. Moose had a successful treatment with no indication of
recurrence. However, two other patients had secondary tumors that required additional therapy.
Another patient had a very large half-pound tumor. IsoPet® therapy effectively killed the tumor, but the small dog’s immune system struggled to
absorb such a large mass and it became infected. The recommendation was to surgically remove it so the animal could fully heal. Months later, Bailey lost her fight.
In all these cases therapy effectively killed the primary tumor thereby increasing the life expectancy and quality of life of the animal. We
learned that a combination of surgical removal, either before or after IsoPet® therapy, may be needed to effectively treat very large tumors. We also learned that for sarcomas, more aggressive
treatment of the tumor margins may be needed to reduce the probability of recurrence.