Hello Sue :-)

One of my cats, Puma was diagnosed as FeLV+ in January 2009, and he is 
currently on the medication.

He is still on his 2nd month (shot every other week), so I don't know the long 
term effect of this medication yet, but

after the 3rd shot in the first month, I noticed that he started to eat more 
and became more active.


I wanted my vet to do the blood test after the 3rd shot, but my vet wanted to 
wait, so I don't know

how much the medication is helping in actual numbers (red cell count, etc...) 
yet, but from what I observe so far,

I'm hopeful...I mean...the medication may or may not cure FeLV, but at least it 
seems to be helping Puma's anemia (When I brought Puma to this vet for the 
first time in Jan. 2009, I was told that he has severe anemia and his liver & 
kidney are failing because of FeLV)


As for cost, I pay $85 for each visit. $60 for shot + $25 for administering the 

Imulan's recommendation is to give the shot every week for the first month (but 
4th one is optional), every other week for the second month, and every month 
after that.  (upto 6th month) (So...1st month - 3 shots, 2nd month - 2 shots, 
3rd/4th/5th/6th month - 1 shot = 9 shots)


English is not my first language, so let me know if there is anything that is 
not clear - I will do my best to re-explain.

I'm farely new to this group, but all of you has been helping Puma & me a lot 
(especially emotionally), so whatever I could do to help others, I would love 


Hiromi Page

> Date: Tue, 3 Mar 2009 17:32:28 +0000
> From: fs...@roadrunner.com
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Subject: [Felvtalk] Lymphocyte T-Cell Immunomodulator
> Hello everyone, I am trying to decide if I should treat my positives with a 
> procuct called Lymphocyte T-Cell Immunomodulator. I believe it is made by a 
> company called Imulan and they claim to have had some success with it. I 
> e-mailed my vet with the website and he seems to think they have not tested 
> it enough to be certain of any results. I was just wondering if anyone on 
> this list has heard of it or used it and what you think of it. This is a link 
> the the website that has it.
> www.imulan.com/
> Thank you,
> Sue
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