Does your pet or a pet that you know have cancer?

Check this out:

“Dogs with hemangiosarcoma that were treated with a compound derived from the Coriolus versicolor mushroom had the longest survival times ever reported for dogs with the disease.

These promising findings offer hope that the compound may one day offer cancer patients — human and canine alike — a viable alternative or complementarytreatment to traditional chemotherapies.” – University of Pennsylvania

With the cancer rates soaring at an all-time high, this may be something to look into. More info on mushrooms.

Remember that we are talking about medicinal mushrooms and not the ones in your suburban backyard!

“If you think certain people or animals are destined to get cancer as an unfortunate by-product of their inherited DNA, think again. Researchers estimate that only 5% to 10% of all cancer cases originate from genetic predisposition, while 90% to 95% are the result of lifestyle and environmental factors, such as exposure to toxins […] and diet.” – Canine Nutrigenomics

– Rodney Habib