I have my doubts about this black salve too. If it is that much of
a miracle salve vets would surely be using it. I fear this is just
another quack making money on desperate people who want to save their
pets.  Human cancer victims fall for these things all the time, and
it is unbelievably cruel to take money from people and give them
false hope.

Lorrie  (aka older and wiser)
On 02-19, Ruth Parsons wrote:
>    Hi
>    I  appreciate  all  the  info  on FELV this group provides. I research
>    treatments  suggested  and  look  for a variety of reliable sources to
>    help me care for our cat, who is presently thriving despite 2 positive
>    tests.  The  recent  postings  regarding "black salve" and Deva Khalsa
>    gave  me some concern. The links below, and others, raise issues about
>    this product and the products promoted by this person. Just FYI.
>    1. [1]http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Cancer/eschar.
>    html
>    2.
>    [2]http://skeptvet.com/Blog/2010/07/double-helix-water-more-magic-wate
>    r-quackery/
> References
>    1. http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Cancer/eschar.html
>    2. 
> http://skeptvet.com/Blog/2010/07/double-helix-water-more-magic-water-quackery/

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