Do you mind me asking the price of a shot?  I'm thinking of trying this for my 
cats but I think I heard $90 a shot somewhere and I'm thinking that means $360 
the first month, $200 the second month, and $90 a month after that.  I have 
several cats and am trying to figure out if it's practical for me to start it.


--- On Mon, 8/24/09, jbero <> wrote:

> From: jbero <>
> Subject: [Felvtalk] Imulan - a t cell lymphocytic immunomodulator
> To:
> Date: Monday, August 24, 2009, 5:19 PM
> Hello everyone,
> I really hope this email works.  I have been a part of
> this community for
> awhile but don't often respond.  I did, however, want
> to share this with
> you.
> I have had two cats die from severe anemia and bone marrow
> suppression
> associated from felv+.  It is a common cause of death
> for these guys and I
> have heard over and again in this forum.
> I currently have another sweet little girl who is about 1
> 1/2 years old.
> She was doing well until recently when she started to
> become lethargic,
> stopped eating and was found to have a hematocrit of
> 11%.  This is really,
> really, really low.  It is a non-regenerative anemia,
> with signs of
> lymphoma.  This is pretty much a death sentence for
> these guys.  A blood
> transfusion would only prolong the sufferng
> So here's the deal.  I found a vet that had the
> immunomodulator (from
> Imulan), got the shot and gave it to her on Friday. 
> Her energy is gradually
> improving, her mucous membrane are pinking up and there are
> signs of
> improvement.
> I don't know if she'll pull through or not, but I have to
> tell you that this
> is currently the best option out there for treating this
> disease.  I found
> some of the information on it.  There is rapid and
> profound improvement of
> anemia, an increase in bone marrow activity and in some
> cases, return to
> normal with negative testing for the virus.
> I know there isn't a full proof cure out there but I have
> to say this may
> prove to be very helpful.  The long terms studies are
> still pending.
> So here's the deal, if you have a felv+ with bone marrow
> suppression
> (including anemia - low red blood cells, thrombocytopenia -
> low platelets,
> neutropenia - low levels of neutrophils, or lymphopenia -
> low lymphocyte
> count) and may or may not have the associated
> infections;  I highly
> recommend giving this a try.
> It is a simple subcutaneous shot given weekly at first and
> than monthly with
> improvement of bone marrow suppression and clinical
> symptoms.  It requires a
> vet order to get it.
> It is a far better alternative than the repeat cycle of
> blood transfusions,
> antibiotic regimens and prednisone.
> I will let you know how she does.
> Good luck everyone and God bless you for your generous and
> selfless hearts.
> Jenny
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