I belong to a feline lymphoma group and almost all of the kitties
positive or negative that have stayed in remission the longest have
stayed on chemo anywhere from 1 to 2 years, those being on it longer
doing better. What most vets usually do is follow certain protocols
Also I forgot to mention most kitties are on the initial protocol for
anywhere from 6 months to a year, where they get chemo weekly or
bi-weekly depending on the protocol being used, then they go to a
maintenance protocol which is usually once every 3 week to once a month.
Thank you Belinda,
Thank you Michele,
These informations will be very usefull to guide my decisions.
I will join to the feline-lymphoma group today.
Pupa is running well.
I'm glad to be here with you.
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She tested 30% positive (small, faded dot) at 9 weeks.
Same at 11 weeks.
Then retested at 5.5 months old- positive again.
All 3 were the Elisa test.
Then our vet recommended the PCR test, which he says can detect even minute
amounts of the virus, and is more accurate
Hello, i don't know about cats, but i had perpherial t cell lymphoma and had
the same chemotherapy you mentioned plus a couple of others. none of them did
anything but make my hemoglobin drop to 3.4. at the end of 2 or 3 years of
chemo, stopped treatments, did no good. then a year later i
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