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As mentioned in an earlier post by Amelia Dunn, here are the
timeline photos of my mare's sarcoid. Photo #1 is after
multiple surgical resections by the vet, with each resection
leading to a more and more aggressive sarcoid. Finally the vet
said he could do nothing more and it became the size that you
see in the photo. She could barely move a couple of feet per
day, mostly just pivoting on the leg with the sarcoid. The 2nd
photo is after debulking using a castrating band and topical
application of the Sarco41. I cleaned/applied this daily with
bandaging and also fed her the Sarco41 liquid. Subsequent
photos show the progressively decreasing size of the sarcoid.
I was very consistent with the treatment--didn't miss a single
day. It took about a year or so. After getting down to mostly
healed skin, there were a couple of persistent very small
sarcoids that kept popping up. I would inject them with the
liquid, while also continuing with the liquid drink and
topical application. Those 2 tiny residual sarcoids kept
popping back up, though, so I felt like maybe the sarcoid was
developing a tolerance to the Sarco 41. I then added some
Nouvelle Research Cur-Ost EQ Pure (high levels of Curcumin) to
her diet and that did the trick. Couldn't have done it without
the Sarco 41, though. We are now about 2 years clear from
|Facebook Post dated Sept 27, 2016: So.....Leo
was successful in treating his sarcoids several years ago. Today he
went to the horse dentist and we found a tumor in his mouth. Do you
think this is a sarcoid? The equine dentist has not seen this
Current status: Tumor is gone.
injectable treatment on April 18th
September 6, 2013
Isaiah is still
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I bought a 6 year old Quarter horse in March 2014 . He had 1
Sarcoid on each side of his neck. Each wart was almost two
inches long, and 1 inch wide. Both were gray and bumpy (scabby
looking). At the time of purchase, I had no idea what a
Sarcoid was, assuming they were some types of old scars.
My vet alerted me as to what I was facing during March, and he
suggested your Sarcoid41 cream.
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From: Fred Lyman
Sorry, I've been quite remiss,
having owed you an update and a testimonial for over one year!
I have resisted sending photos
of my Paint horse, Sox's eye because he ran out on 150 acres and his
large, squamous mass - about the size of my thumb - had 'stitched'
his eyelids together and irritated the eye for some time before I
discovered Sarco-41. continue by clicking
Shaka's Progress during
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