Cancer in Animals – What is to be cured? by SUE ARMSTRONG [#ARMCAN]


By Sue Armstrong


Cancer in Animals – What is to be cured?

By Sue Armstrong

We are at the early stages of understanding the disease process of cancer. It is difficult to make decisions when it comes to treating affected animals. Subjecting animals to anaesthetics and toxic drugs to achieve remission is a moral dilemma. Homeopathy is not the magic bullet for treating cancer and does not claim to be so.

However, the clinical experience that Sue Armstrong has gained over thirty years of treating veterinary cancer patients that could not tolerate chemo- or radiotherapy, or whose owners could not afford to treat using these methods or refused to treat conventionally, has given her insights not only into a methodology for treating cancer cases but also into the disease process itself.

In the first volume of the series, the expert vet describes the scope of homeopathy. She looks at the basics of how cancer arises, its genetic origins and the role of inflammatory processes and oxygen. Then she describes the development of homeopathic cancer treatment from Hahnemann until today, showing the successful approaches of famous homeopaths such as Kent, Grimmer, Ramakrishnan, and Burnett.

Sue Armstrong describes her approach in great detail, distinguishing the various stages of cancer. In animals with a strong predisposition for cancer, a great deal can be achieved by prophylactically altering the diet and using miasmatic treatment. If the tumour is confirmed, treatment is selected according to the stage of the cancer and, for example, whether surgery is indicated.

Organotropic remedies, drainage and Schuessler salts are used supportively together with the major cancer nosodes Carcinosinum and Scirrhinum. Clear instructions are also provided for treating the effects of cancer such as cachexia, disturbances in haemoptysis or vomiting. She documents her approach with impressive cases. At the end there is a concise materia medica of cancer remedies.


Dedication… viii

Acknowledgements… ix

Foreword … xi

Introduction … xii

SECTION ONE: Through the Conventional Lens (The chicken and the egg) … 1

Chapter 1: The conventional (Molecular Level)

Understanding of neoplasia – Cancer as a Genetic Disease… 4

Defining the words we use for cancer… 5

The aetiology of neoplasia… 6

The genes involved in neoplasia… 9

Hanahan and Weinberg hallmarks of cancer… 10

Stem cell theory of cancer… 11

Cancer prevention and screening… 12

Cancer diagnostics… 13

Conventional therapeutics… 13

Where homeopathy meets the conventional paradigm… 16

Bibliography and references… 17

Chapter 2: The Role of Inflammation in Cancer… 22

Inflammation and the cancer connection… 22

Plant remedies for cancer and inflammation… 26

The microbiome, inflammation and the connection with

the bowel nosodes in cancer management… 28

Mineral remedies used in cancer and inflammation… 30

Other important remedies involved in the cancer

and inflammation connection… 33

Final words… 34

Bibliography and references… 34

Chapter 3: Oxygen and its Role in Cancer… 38

Bibliography and references… 42

SECTION TWO: The Homeopathic Perspective (The dynamic nature of disease – before the chicken)… 45

Chapter 4: The Homeopathic Understanding of Cancer from Hahnemann to the 21st Century… 48

Samuel Hahnemann (1755‑1843)… 49

James Tyler Kent (1849‑1916)… 54

Arthur Hill Grimmer (1874‑1967)… 55

James Compton Burnett (1840‑1901)… 56

Robert Thomas Cooper (1844‑1903)… 57

RM Le Hunt Cooper… 57

Donald Foubister (1902‑1988)… 58

William Lees Templeton (1898‑1978)… 58

Dr AU Ramakrishnan (1942-)… 59

Dr Prasanta Banerji (born 1933)… 61

Bibliography and references… 62

Chapter 5: A Homeopathic Approach to Cancer… 66

High-risk patients – no cancer presenting… 68
Cases with a pre-cancerous condition… 69
Cases with confirmed primary tumour (no conventional intervention)… 70
Primary tumour – surgical cases… 71
Primary tumour – animal on adjunct therapy… 72
Cases with Stage IV cancer – advanced metastatic disease… 73

Bibliography and references… 74

Chapter 6: Organ Remedies, Drainage Theory and Tissue Salts their use in the Management of Cancer Cases… 78

Primary organ disease and organ remedies (organopathy)… 79

Drainage… 81

Tissue salts (biochemic therapeutics)… 83

Bibliography and references… 87

Chapter 7: Treating the Secondary Features of Cancer… 90

Gastrointestinal… 90
Haematological disorders… 93
Endocrinological changes… 94
Cutaneous disorders… 96
Renal disorders… 97
Neurological and musculoskeletal disorders… 97
Miscellaneous disorders… 98

Bibliography and references… 100

Chapter 8: Carcinosinum and Scirrhinum… 104

Carcinosinum: know the nosode… 104

Scirrhinum… 113

Bibliography and references:… 114

Chapter 9: The Evidence base for the use of Homeopathy in Cancer… 118

Case studies… 118

The mixed modality nature of most veterinary cancer cases… 119

Three cases of multiple primary tumours in dogs –

an integrative medicine approach… 119

In vitro studies showing the action of homeopathic medicines on cancer cells… 133

References and list of published papers on different aspects of homeopathy and cancer

in both animals and humans… 133

Chapter 10: A Materia Medica for Cancer… 140

Location of the cancer… 140

Bibliography and references… 151


A Brief Introduction to Homeopathy for Beginners… 154

Glossary of Homeopathic Terms… 157

Names and Abbreviations of Homeopathic Remedies… 160

Index of Symptoms… 163

Index of Illness/Conditions… 166

Index of Remedies… 169

About the Author… 172

Hardback, 192 pages

ISBN: 978-3-95582-101-2

1.5 Lbs.


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