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What I use if – Anal gland sac Perianal Adenocarcinoma growth, Benign growth- Perianal Adenoma – 213Code:

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  • Diagnosed with Cancerous cells within the Anal gland sac area.
  • Immune Health Information for all species.
  • Approx. 1,000 drops in 50ml Bottle
  • Shelf life Several Years
What I use as a naturopathic Immune support Set of 6
1. HAMPL CF-1 (213) LM10 50ml drops
2. HAMPL CF-2 10M 50ml drops
3. HAMPL AnaGland 213-3 50ml drops
4. HAMPL Systemic Detox Immuno 100ml Liquid
5. Chia Seeds 100g Packet grains
6. Topical Kit -Set 5



The three main types of tumors that occur in the perianal area include:
Adenomas (benign), Adenocarcinomas (malignant) and Epitheliomas (borderline malignant).
“Bengin” – Perianal Adenoma Tumour
Perianal Adenoma growth. * Further Information see AN058
Also if your pet has already had surgery to remove and it has growth back and now ulcerating growth. Perianal tumors are three times as common in intact male dogs and their formation is directly linked to the production of testosterone.


“Malignant” – Perianal Adenocarcinoma
A much less common form is the malignant (cancerous) tumor called an Adenocarcinoma * For further information see AN213


“Malignant” – Hepatoid Gland Carcinoma
Hepatoid glands are modified sebaceous (sweat) glands of the skin located in the perianal (around the anus) area, as well as the prepuce, base of the tail, groin, inner thigh, and the back. These glands only occur in dogs. The tumor cells resemble liver (hepatic) cells. Hepatoid gland tumors account for approximately 10% of all cases of skin cancer diagnosed in dogs. The most common location for these tumors is the perianal area. * For further information see AN013 (C)

Warnings : Always read the label. Use only as directed.If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

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