Would be interesting to hear from folks who have used Imulan -


On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:15 PM, Jane Lyons wrote:

This is the third time, in the two plus years that I have been on this list, that people have come on
to talk about the benefit and promise of Imulan.
Each time this has happened I have asked my vet, then a friends vet, and then just last week I went back to my original vet with the information that was posted here. Each time I have been told, emphatically that ( to quote MC ) the science is not there. My vet has called Imulan twice and each time she has been turned off by the lack of, to quote her 'transparency' and clinical data.

If anyone who is using Imulan has a vet that my vet can talk to I would appreciate the information.


On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:11 PM, MaryChristine wrote:
promising is the word, in fact, it's the same word that the dept of
agriculture uses.

LCTI has been around for years before imulan bought it, and it's been
promising for all that time. i think it'd be GREAT if it works, but when you have something that's not proven, you don't run out and put it on the open
market priced and promoted as if it were proven.

that's my objection: it's too early, the science isn't there, and if they REALLY thought they had the answer to the FeLV problem, they'd be doing major clinical trials that every scientist in the country could believe in. and people don't have to pay to be in clinical trials, nor do they have to
pay for the testing involved to see how things are going.

think how many FeLV parents would willingly partake in actual clinical trials if they weren't priced out of the option--and then imulan could get
real data.


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