I told my vet about the winnstrol treatment and she has agreed to give it a try 
if ever needed, may even try on other cats if owners want it. 

---- Ardy Robertson <ar...@centurytel.net> wrote: 
> Hi Marlene,
> I used Interferon with and without Prednisolone on my beloved Tigger
> ------nothing happened to improve his bloodwork. ONLY - when I finally found
> a way to get Winstrol and used it according to the way Amani had used it --
> with Prednisolone and Doxycyclene -- did it begin to help Tigger's
> bloodwork. So much so, that the lab re-ran the first bloodtest after using
> Winstrol because they thought there was a mistake, there was that much
> improvement! And by the time I was able to get the Winstrol from a
> compounding pharmacy in Arizona-USA, one called Diamond Back Drugs, his
> blood was flatlining. At that point I don't even know how he could have been
> alive with such low numbers. If you decide to go the route of Winstrol, you
> might be able to find it online by googling Diamond Back Drugs. We in the
> FeLV group have begun calling this treatment "Zander's Protocol" because
> Zander was Amani's beloved kitty who was helped by this treatment. At the
> moment, my four fur-babies are all healthy, but if I ever have another one
> with FeLV, I would treat him with Winstrol.
> 
> My best to you and your kitty,
> Ardy
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of
> marlene melpignano
> Sent: Saturday, October 28, 2017 3:07 PM
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Immunoregolin or Lymphocyte T-cell immunomodulator -
> help
> 
> Thanks Kat and Amani for support and suggestions.
> Unfortunately I currently live in Brussels where they have ZERO experience
> on felv cats. As medicaments, in Europe we only have interferon, that I
> cannot use at the same time of prednisone, but without it the anemia
> prevails... in Belgium they proposed me cyclosporine, which is not used at
> all in Italy.
> My Italian vet read about LTCI and thinks we should give it a try, but it's
> very complicated to get it in Europe, and a German veterinary specialised in
> virology told me there are no scientific proofs that immunomodulator are
> effective in Felv.
> And I cannot find anything recent about them in academics articles.. 
> 
> Sorry for bothering, but Europe is hundreds years behind you ... 
> 
> 
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