Along those lines, I found this article, "Discovery of drugs that possess 
activity against feline leukemia virus".

Almost all of the terminology in the paper is beyond me, but what I do 
understand makes me think that we could have potential treatment options for 
FeLV at some point in the near future. These drugs are available now; we just 
need someone to fund (the sticking point, I'm guessing) trials.

This is my last post for tonight. Probably.

On Jun 5, 2013, at 8:20 PM, Lance <> wrote:

> I'm wondering if anyone has ever attempted treatment of a potentially 
> infected cat before the cat showed symptoms or tested positive. Would immune 
> boosters help, or would  we be playing with fire and possibly making things 
> worse? It seems like a vet who has done a lot of work with FeLV cats might 
> have done this.
> Along those lines, has anyone actually had a cat on Mega-C who then appeared 
> to suppress or eradicate the virus?
> I'm kind of thinking out loud here, and hopefully not bugging anyone. It 
> seems to me that the progress of research into FeLV is woefully glacial.
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