For interferon alpha, you might try Roadrunner Pharmacy in Phoenix, AZ.
Not sure on the price, but I know it's better than we used to pay when
we bought interferon from the vet. LTCI is available directly from the
company, but a licensed vet needs to purchase. 

On Tue, Mar 19, 2013, at 04:51 PM, Lorrie wrote:
> I took in a litter of 4 FelV kittens last summer.  Two have already died
> (PTS) due to severe anemia.  Two are left, and one seems just fine, but
> the
> other had a severe URI which the vet cured about a month ago. However, he
> is
> still pitifully thin and weak. He is not anemic, but he barely eats, and
> is still a sick little guy.  I adore this cat. Where can I get LTCI or
> orally dosed Interferon Alfa?  And  can anyone tell me if it helps.
> Lorrie
> BarnCats wrote:
> >    The transfusion is to get the cat past a crisis.  To address the
> >    underlying issues, you could try treating with LTCI which is
> >    specifically for FELV+ cats.  Orally dosed Interferon alfa is another
> >    excellent treatment for FELV+ cats, and cheap especially when you have
> >    multiple FELV+ and/or FIV+ cats (compounded liquid, 60 day shelf life).
> > 
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