Monthly Archives: July 2011

What Could Be Better Than Putting a Smile on Someone’s Face?

When Tilda and I first started visiting hospitals a couple years ago, we noticed something from the very beginning. People would look down at Tilda and SMILE. Most never raised their head to look my way or say anything to … Continue reading

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Tilda is Comfortable and Enjoying Life the Best She Can!

Tilda had her CSU appointment on Tuesday, July 19, and the news was once more disappointing but everyone is trying their best. The Vinblastine chemo showed no response as Tilda’s condition continues to advance rapidly. They have no options left … Continue reading

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CSU Canceled Tilda’s Clinical Trial

Last Monday, July 11th, Tilda and I reported to the CSU facility for her normal weekly examination and blood test. Tilda was doing great previously until late Sunday afternoon, July 10th, through the night and early morning, July 11th. Something … Continue reading

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Weekly Update Report on Tilda’s Condition

On Tuesday, July 5th, Tilda received her weekly examination under the schedules set up for her participation in the CSU Clinical Trials. My personal observations this last week is that Tilda is doing very well overall except some days she … Continue reading

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Tilda is Assigned a Treatment Within CSU Clinical Trials

Tilda is Assigned a Treatment Within CSU Clinical Trials. On Monday, June 27th, Tilda was randomly assigned to the “Palladia Treatment System” within the CSU Clinical Trials for Canine Mast Cell Tumor Cancer. The Palladia treatment is not Chemotherapy, but … Continue reading

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