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    Hope her treatment goes well, lots of nose rubs for the little girlie

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    Oh poor girl, now worms to contend with too. Hopefully the treatment will get rid of them quickly. Good news that her eye is improving though. I am not sure if any of her cancer treatments are corticosteroid based, but if so that may be impacting on her own immune system hence the flare up of the eye problem and now intestinal worms.

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    Default pumpernickle-update-lymphoma treatment

    dear r.u.members,-keep bringing on-[ the vibs],something is working,i cannont be so lucky.-2-06-2020-even with the worms she is improving.the otc dewormer might have just been too old-to clean out eggs-or- to be very effective-[shelf life.??]-so dvm said start process over with a new pepperazine citrate.-,the chemotherapy thurs.2-6-20 her blood tests were good which qualified her for the next step [-lomustine.-pill ]-,she is eating better/with water added,-gaining weight[slowly]-with all the blood testing,she must feel like a pin cushion,-but the alternative is unacceptable.--oddly enough the oncology dvm doenot mention-pellsa palsy.??-like her primary dvm spoke of.??-sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa

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    It sounds as though Pumpernickle is responding very well to the Chemo' I really hope this continues. Still sending millions of vibes across the pond from a Storm Ciara battered UK


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    Good news that Pumpernickel is responding well to the treatments James. Really hope that she continues to improve. She is so lucky to have you caring for her xx
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    She sounds like a real fighter topping up the vibes xx

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    Default pumpernickle update/lymphoma treatment

    dear rabbits united members,thank you all again for the great vibs,being sent around the world.--February 13,2020--after first week of another exam and med[lomustine]- blood test was sent to independent lab for verification,all looks very good.--the left eye [ulcer]-continues to improve with double application of terramyacin[antibiotic ointment]-and optixcare[gel],gaining weight-now-3.65kg,and-she can now run to and from the poop box--I could not ask for a better bd present-[2-17-old]-than to have her healthy againsincerely james waller from the other kent-usa-

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    That's great news James, am really pleased for both you, and Pumpernickel. She is a very lucky kitty cat to have you caring for her so well. Hope you have a wonderful birthday
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    Iím so glad she is doing well still. Topping up the vibes for her. I hope you have a lovely birthday xx

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    A wonderful update James I am so happy for both you and for Pumpernickle


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