My Buzz had anemia back in July and because of the advise of this group and my
vet who is very proactive his life was saved. We have been slowly weaning him
off of the Prednisolone for the past several months. He was down to 1/2 of a
5mg tablet one time a day. Unfortunately his red blood
I lost a cat to AIHA last year. If you do a search, Hideyo had some
suggestions. We did not use Chlorambucil, we used Leukeran.
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 6:22 PM, Sue Frank Koren [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
My Buzz had anemia back in July and because of the advise of this group and
my vet who is
I sent your post to some former list members who might be able to
give you some help.
I know how scary it is. Hopefully they will contact you and will be
able to share their
experience with anemia or maybe someone on the list will.
Hang in there ...we're rooting for Buzz.
My vet told me that the Chlorambucil is the generic for Leukeran (or vise
versa). Is it a type of chemo? Dr. Tom says it is not in his marrow.
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From: Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2008 7:25 PM
Leukeran is a chemotherapy drug. The problems we had with Leukeran
was that it helped his anemia, but brought his immune system down so
low that he got some sort of opportunistic infection. AIHA is not a
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 7:57 PM, Sue Frank Koren [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
This is a story that I am hoping will give those of you who have a positive
Mom, with a litter of kittens, some hope!
I was told by so many rescues and cat related people and vets etc that
because Mom tested positive, the kitten would no doubt be also.
I was also told by the rescue I am working
That's really good news!! We've seen a lot of pos. moms and many of the kittens
are negative. And on occasion we had a negative mom (on three tests) have 2
pos. kittens out of five. the rest were negative. We learned then we had to
test every kitten every time, no matter what. that was a long
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