This is Part 2 of a series on a trip to Australia and a new anticancer therapy for mastocytoma called STELFONTA®. Be sure to check Part 1. What is STELFONTA®? A new intratumoral anticancer drug for canine mastocytoma. It is isolated from Fontainea picrosperma seeds, or blushing fruits found only in the Australian rainforest. It is a protein kinase C activator that stimulates rapid tumor destruction and site healing, usually with good cosmetic effects within 28 days. It causes tumor lysis directly on day 1, tumor vascular necrosis and shedding on day 4, and tumor destruction on day 7. There is usually a defect that heals by day 28, without antibiotics, without bandages and intervention. In addition to the treatment of case I, a series of cases were seen several days to 4 weeks and 4 weeks after the injection, and 3 years after the treatment. Clinical trials have been conducted in Australia for several years. We look forward to FDA approval in the United States. I hope it will be in early 2020. In January 2020, STELFONTA® was approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for non-metastatic mast cell tumors (MCT) in all grades of dogs. Please look forward to the update. We are thrilled to have another tool for treating MCTs, especially non-surgical tools in difficult areas. I’m looking for more information. Check out the Qbiotics website-www.qbioitcs.com 🇦🇺 Recommended VLOG 🇦🇺 • Promising new cancer treatment for pets Vlog107 • Your dog has a mast cell tumor, what now, part 1 : Vlog63 • Must Cell Tumor Options in Dog Treatment, What Now, Part 2 Vlog 64 • New Cancer Treatments and Diagnosis Updates for Dogs and Cats: Vlog 75 • How to Detect Cancer Early in Dogs and Cats: VLOG 73: • What to do if your pet has cancer VLOG 78: 🇦🇺 Here are some helpful links 🇦🇺 * Qbiotics: • Looking for a specialist (cancer specialist or others)? • Website: • Facebook: • Instagram: ⭐️ Get the caliper here and get 15% off using the code DRSUE2020 ⭐️⭐️ If you have any suggestions or suggestions, leave a comment. Dr. Sue is also on Instagram and Facebook, so please visit Dr. Sue and send a message there! We look forward to hearing from you! ⭐️ Subscribe to this channel to see all videos, tips and information on # KickCancersButt. ⭐️ Now share this video with your friends and family and give us a thumbs up if you like the video! Thanks for watching! XO XO.
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