One would think there would be treatment, but to be honest, most researchers
aren't that interested in curing cat illnesses.  Usually their discoveries
are a result of trying to find cures in human medicine.

Anyway, a lymphocyte count that high (38,000) is really suggestive of a
lymphoma.  You know it's interesting about vitamin C.  Recently they have
looked into treating people with non Hodgkin's lymphoma with IV Vitamin C
and had some good success.  The research was abandoned in the past because
oral vitamin C was studied and not as effective.

Additionally Vitamin A, Vitamin D3 and Vitamin E have been proposed to
help.  You could get these at a natural food store and add them to the
diet.  I can check into the dosages.  A high quality wet food like Wellness
works well for mixing in supplements.

Although I think a combination chemotherapy and orthomolecular treatment
(high dose vitamin) would work best, I understand how finances can be

To give the vitamin C IV, you have to bring your cat to the clinic and have
a slow infusion.  They can put in a catheter so you can do repeat
infusions.  Sally would know more about the specific protocol and doses.
You also need a vet willing to try it as this is not the common approach.
I'll try to contact Sally.


On Sun, May 2, 2010 at 2:36 PM, kia <kia...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hello all,
> Thanks for the advice so far.
> My vet did not do a leukemia test that I know of. This last time I think he
> just did a CBC. Because her lymphocyte count had jumped from 25,000 to
> 38,000 I guess he assumes she has leukemia/lymphoma. He did send the blood
> to a university hospital but I don't know where. To my knowledge there are
> no oncologists or hemotologists in my area. Unfortunately I cannot afford a
> specialist any way. I would be willing to look into this vitamin C treatment
> though if it was within our budget. Unfortunately for us all my husband is
> not an animal lover like me and doesn't want to spend any extra money on Kia
> or the others.
> You'd think with all the medical advances these days, they would have a
> cure for these common feline killers.
> thanks again,
> janet
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