We have just received good news from the renowned Hamburg veterinarian Dirk Schrader:
for the first time we used chlorine dioxide on a dog that had advanced tetanus. Result: 10 days of treatment – the dog did it.
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Dirk Schrader is in open clinch with the local authorities. As a veterinary surgeon and enthusiast, he does not allow himself to be banned from treatments with the unapproved chlorine dioxide (MMS) in emergency situations. He cares more about the health and lives of his patients than he does about excessive officialdom.
Our respect and congratulations for this important success!
Excerpt from Wikipedia on tetanus:
“Tetanus, also called tetanus, is an infectious disease, often fatal, that affects the muscle-controlling nerve cells and is caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani. The resistant spores of the bacterium are found almost everywhere, even in road dust or garden soil. Infection occurs when the spores penetrate wounds. Under anaerobic conditions, i.e. uin the absence of oxygen, the bacterium multiplies and secretes toxins. The proteolytic toxin tetanospasmin damages the muscle-controlling nerve cells and thus causes the typical muscle cramps. The toxin tetanolysin is heart damaging….“
and on …
“There is no real causal treatment against the disease that has broken out. (Note: It’s time to rewrite the textbooks!) Because tetanus toxins spread through the nerve sheaths, even high-dose serum administration (foreign antibodies, passive immunization) via the bloodstream is controversial. Thorough excision of the wound, possibly amputation, will ensure that the tetanus pathogen does not multiply further, as it is necessary to stop further toxin production in the wound…”
Conclusion: Instead of poisoning by vaccinations and partial dismemberment by amputation, Dirk Schrader achieved a full recovery of the dog without permanent damage. Probably the chlorine dioxide neutralized the released toxins and the germs by oxidation and changed the cell environment by the released oxygen in such a way that the oxygen-avoiding germ could not thrive further. The day is fast approaching when it will be perfectly normal for human and veterinary doctors to perform chlorine dioxide applications as a matter of course.
We will keep you posted on this case!