I'm really new here with newly diagnosed FeLV+ foster cats but this treatment 
is real. It is expensive. My understanding is that it's by injection only and 
for the first month, weekly injections must be given and then monthly 
injections. It is only available in the US. I live in Canada (a few kilometers 
from the border) and will be getting it and starting it within a few weeks.  My 
vet's working on it.  I really, really hope it works!!  
El> > Message: 8> Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 06:41:24 -0700 (PDT)> From: Andrew 
Werner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> Subject: Has anyone heard of this "new FELV drug" - 
is it real or> fake?> To:> Message-ID: <[EMAIL 
PROTECTED]>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii> > Someone sent me this 
link: and on one page of the web site it says,> > 
"Lymphocyte T-Cell Immunomodulator (LTCI) is an conditionally approved 
treatment aid* for cats infected with Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and/ or 
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and the associated symptoms of lymphopenia, 
opportunistic infection, anemia, granulocytopenia, and thrombocytopenia. LTCI 
is an immune regulating protein that is a potent regulator of lymphocyte and 
interleukin-2 production."> > Do any of y'all know if this is for real, or is 
it just a scam to take advantage of those of us willing to try anything to help 
our FELV+ cats?> > Neither of the Vets we take our cats to has heard of this 
new drug. The person who sent me the link has an FIV+ cat who is doing well, 
but never tried this "new drug" - just heard of it and pointed me at it.> > Any 
information you have - opinions, facts, speculation, any feedback - is very 
welcome. I'm trying to find a Vet who knows about it, and might prescribe it if 
it might strengthen PC's (Problem Child, Purring Cat) immune system.> > Thanks 
in advance for your help.> > Purrrs to you and yours,> Andrew> of Andrew & 
Lizzie> Texas Highway 36, Purrkins Diesel Cat, Little Fuzzy (Fuzz-Xena), Zoro, 
Zippy, Wellington, - and PC! (FELV+) - and Alpha, Beta, Tactical, Suzi-Q, - and 
Pinkie, and 4 mini-tigers and Tiger Tom (fosters) - in East Bernard, Texas USA> 
> > > 
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