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Lori C
06-04-2019, 02:08 AM
Hello, I registered a couple of days ago. Im attempting to read an article on pituitary macro tumors but regardless of whether I click on a direct link to the article, or start at the articles tab or icon, I get an access error. Please help; time is of the essence for my dog. :( Thank you!

Harley PoMMom
06-04-2019, 04:24 AM
Hi and welcome to you and your furbaby!

The forum does not utilize the article tab but you should be able to access our Helpful Resource sub-forum: https://www.k9cushings.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?10-Helpful-Resources-for-Owners-of-Cushing-s-Dogs

We also have a thread where other members have posted regarding their dog with macrotumors: https://www.k9cushings.com/forum/showthread.php?3567-Macroadenomas&highlight=macrotumors

I was wondering if you would share more information about your precious pup, such as his/her health history and all diagnostic testing along with those results that are abnormal, in this way we can provide you with our best possible feedback.

I sure am sorry for the circumstances that brought you here but so glad you found us and we will help in any way we can.


06-04-2019, 08:10 AM
Welcome from me, too! Are you perhaps trying to access the articles listed on this thread about macrotumors on our Resources forum?


If so, I just tried all the links myself, and the link for the article by Edward Feldman does appear to be broken. Ive tried to relocate the article, but unfortunately no luck so far. The other articles should be available to you, though. And as Lori says, wed welcome the opportunity to talk with you directly about your dogs situation. There have been some technological advances in the treatment of macrotumors in recent years that may not be reflected in these older articles.


Lori C
06-05-2019, 01:21 AM
Thank you both for your warm welcome. Is there some way I can change my user name from Lori C to Kashmir's Mom? I am not seeing that option on the edit profile page. I'm going to start a thread for Kash now, but first I just want to tell you both how amazing I think you are for the support you have given to so many people on this site. I am truly in awe and think it's such a beautiful tribute to your dogs. Marianne it was especially helpful seeing your posts about your experience with Barkis on the macroadenoma thread too.