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The Savannah Cat Association with Dr. Niels Pedersen on Feline Infectious Peritonitis

 

A glimmer of hope for a fatal feline disease Controlling risk factors for feline infectious peritonitis is difficult, while new antiviral drugs show great promise – 12/15/2017

 

Niels Pedersen Podcast Part #1 & #2 from Winn Feline Foundation 2017 Symposium – Ending FIP, Is There Hope?

 

Your Weekly Winn – 7/5/2017

 

Ending FIP.  Is There Hope: Winn Feline Symposium – 6/5/2017

 

Veterinary researchers close in on FIP treatment – 5/24/2017

 

Reversal of the Progression of Fatal Coronavirus Infection in Cats by a Broad-Spectrum Coronavirus Protease Inhibitor – 5/30/2016

 

Feline Infectious Peritonitis – January 2015 (Winn Foundation Publication)

 

Prolonged survival of a cat diagnosed with feline infectious peritonitis by immunohistochemistry – 1/2015

 

An update on feline infectious peritonitis: Diagnostics and therapeutics – 8/2014

 

An outbreak of feline infectious peritonitis in a Taiwanese shelter: epidemiologic and molecular evidence for horizontal transmission of a novel type II feline coronavirus – 7/17/2013

 

Interview with Dr Niels Pedersen, concerning an outbreak of FIP in a shelter – 2015 – Interview by Anna-Lena Berg w/ Dr. Niels Pedersen

 

Feline Husbandry, Diseases and Management in the Multi-Cat Environment, by Dr. Niels Pedersen DVM, PhD

This book is out of print and near impossible to find.  This link contains a PDF version of Dr. Niels Pedersen’s book that was published in 1991

 

Polyprenyl immunostimulant (PI) for Dry FIP

FIP and Polyprenyl Immunostimulant (PI) – UCDavis Publication

The above article is very informative for anyone considering investing in PI to treat dry FIP

 

 

 


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