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Posted below are some of the horses that have been treated with Sarco41.

Squamous Cell Carcinoma Injection with Sarco 41 on June 13, 2018 and second injection on June 20, 2018. 41 Laboratories and Dr. Denise Fowler, DVM (Sulphur River Veterinarian Clinic) making progress with this sweet guy. Squamous cell advanced stage.

Raylan: 5 yr old Appaloosa gelding

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Neck Tumor prior to “debulking”

Neck tumor “post-debulking”

Neck legion site 4 weeks after beginning treatment

30 months after complete resolution

Keepin It Gold treatment timeline:

Photo 1-September 29, 2017

Veterinarian injected tumor with Sarco 41. Client treating topically with Sarco 41

Photo 2- Day 2

Sarcoid responding to injections and Topical treatment

Photo 3- Day 4

Sarcoid erupting

Posted on 41 Laboratories Facebook page Feb 14, 2017:

As mentioned in an earlier post by Amelia Dunn, here are the timeline photos of my mare’s sarcoid. Photo #1 is after multiple surgical resections by the vet, with each resection leading to a more and more aggressive sarcoid. Finally the vet said he could do nothing more and it became the size that you see in the photo. She could barely move a couple of feet per day, mostly just pivoting on the leg with the sarcoid. The 2nd photo is after debulking using a castrating band and topical application of the Sarco41. I cleaned/applied this daily with bandaging and also fed her the Sarco41 liquid. Subsequent photos show the progressively decreasing size of the sarcoid. I was very consistent with the treatment–didn’t miss a single day. It took about a year or so. After getting down to mostly healed skin, there were a couple of persistent very small sarcoids that kept popping up. I would inject them with the liquid, while also continuing with the liquid drink and topical application. Those 2 tiny residual sarcoids kept popping back up, though, so I felt like maybe the sarcoid was developing a tolerance to the Sarco 41. I then added some Nouvelle Research Cur-Ost EQ Pure (high levels of Curcumin) to her diet and that did the trick. Couldn’t have done it without the Sarco 41, though. We are now about 2 years clear from sarcoid. yay!

Photo #1

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Photo #2

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Photo #3

Final Photo

Facebook Post dated Sept 27, 2016:

So…..Leo was successful in treating his sarcoids several years ago. Today he went to the horse dentist and we found a tumor in his mouth. Do you think this is a sarcoid? The equine dentist has not seen this before.

Current status: Tumor is gone.

Started injectable treatment on April 18th

Isaiah (latest photos) – At time of posting Isaiah is still in treatment

July 2013

September 6, 2013

Rick Sakata

Shaka’s Progress during treatment
Started Injectable Treatment July 2015