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Dr. Ray Kellosalmi on Wild Horse Radio's Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Breast Cancer Awarenss Month

What does horse urine have to do with breast cancer?  More than you think.  Learn about a new Pfizer drug available since spring that puts women around the world at an increased risk for breast cancer and for other health risks.  Also, learn the plight of over 90,000 Pregnant Mare Urine (PMU) mares in a foreign country.

Learn all about this from our guests on Wednesday night and, for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, please share a link to this show and help spread the word to caution other women.

Dr. Ray Kellosalmi is a medical doctor, a leading expert on the PMU (pregnant mare urine) industry and horse slaughter in Canada, as well as a horse rescuer
who, since 1987, has saved hundreds of horses including weanling foals from slaughter at auctions across Canada.  While director of a medical center involved with menopausal issues, through his writings and actions from 1995 onward, he became the most formidable medical opponent of equine estrogen and the abuse of horses in that industry.  He is a Scientific Advisor to the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition.

Susan Wagner is the President of Equine Advocates, the national non-profit equine protection organization she founded in 1996.  In 2004, Equine Advocates expanded its programs to include a horse sanctuary, moving its base of operations to Chatham, NY and building a Humane Education Center on the property in 2006.  The sanctuary, which was accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries in 2013, is home to eighty-four remarkable equines.