UTI in dog, cancer and infection control
- Name: Tom Davenport
I am a retired professor.
I used a modified MMS protocol 1000 to cure my faithful, 50-lb dog of a urinary tract infection. We noticed that his urine was very bloody one day in late November, 2014. It was amazing to see his urine as bright red as a stop sign, but he did not exhibit any signs of pain while urinating. The MMS solution was made by diluting the combined 16 drops with 16 ml of water as per protocol. Eight, 2-ml doses were administered daily by drawing 2 ml (containing 2 drops of MMS) of the solution into a plastic, 5-ml syringe without needle. The remaining volume of the syringe was filled with milk to make it more palatable. This dose was injected onto the back of his tongue. He always took it all.
By two full days of treatment, his urine became a lighter red, and it was completely clear after four more days of treatment.
After being introduced to MMS about 8 or 9 years ago, I have used it for a variety of purposes and recommend it to anyone willing to try it, including a friend’s father with prostate cancer. His PSA soon went from very high back to normal.
Having been a Type 1 diabetic for over 50 years, have always been careful about avoiding infections especially in deep wounds. This past year I had occasion to need MMS twice; once to avoid infection from a deep puncture on my foot and on another occasion a severe laceration to my hand, both occurring in semi-stagnant water. Both required trips to the urgent care clinic wherein after sewing things up they prescribed strong oral antibiotics. After feeling the uncomfortable stomach irritation after only one pill following my first trip, I chose to use MMS instead. I used four drops per hour per the Protocol 1000 for a week and never got any hint of infection in either wound. The 4-inch wound in the palm of my hand left no scar to generate any sympathy for me when I tell the story.