Did you know that VACCINATIONS, which we get to protect our cats, could actually lead to CANCER? I had never heard of this until June 2002.

My 8-year-old cat, Jack, was diagnosed with Vaccination-Associated Sarcoma (VAS) on June 25, 2002. He had rapidly growing tumors on his shoulder. This cancer developed from a leukemia vaccination that he received a year before. Our vet oncologist gave him 3 to 6 months to live.
Rather than proceed with typical radiation, surgery, and chemotherapy (which might prolong his life by a maximum of 2 years only), I decided to let him live the rest of his life without that kind of discomfort. Instead, I treated him with holistic treatments, including IP-6 and Cansema.
By the end of October 2002, Jack's first tumor disappeared completely. Unfortunately, by the end of 2002, another tumor arose. It grew and grew and grew to become the size of a small melon. On September 5, 2003, in some pain and lots of discomfort, Jack was put to sleep.
In order to get the word out about this terrible disease, I created a website that basically is just a web directory with links to information about vaccination-associated sarcoma (VAS). I hope you will visit it to learn more about VAS. I don't want anyone else to have to go through what I went through.
The website is: http://catvaccines.misterlinks.com /

Thanks for listening,
Larry

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