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FIP Journal Articles & Reports

Veterinary researchers and Anivive license antiviral drug for fatal cat disease – 9/29/2018   The nucleoside analog GS-441524 strongly inhibits feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) virus in tissue culture and experimental cat infection studies – 9/22/2018   The Savannah Cat Association with Dr. Niels Pedersen on Feline Infectious Peritonitis   A glimmer of hope for a… Read More FIP Journal Articles & Reports

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Why You Should Not Buy Chinese Knock-Off Drugs for GC376 and EVO984 (GS4441524) and Here is Why (Reblog)

Are you willing to spend thousands and thousands of dollars on what is almost assuredly a fake to the real drug, having no idea of the purity, dosing, or duration, and no idea what’s actually in that syringe?Not only are these factors unknown, but it’s highly probable that the processes used to make these drugs… Read More Why You Should Not Buy Chinese Knock-Off Drugs for GC376 and EVO984 (GS4441524) and Here is Why (Reblog)

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Making Progress Against FIP – Original Post and Follow-up Posts at Zen By Cat

Making Progress Against FIP   Addendum to the Above Post Regarding GC376 & EVO98   I have been asked to share this update here on my blog, since I have so many people following Luna’s progress pertaining to her FIP diagnosis and successful drug trial that has left her cured of FIP over one year… Read More Making Progress Against FIP – Original Post and Follow-up Posts at Zen By Cat

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Radio Interview on Steve Dale’s Pet World About Luna

Steve Dale’s Pet World – Luna the Cat in Remission from FIP – aired 1/13/2018 Luna the Cat in Remission from FIP Posted On March 2, 2018 Luna is in remission from FIP – unheard of.  There’s now hope Debra Roberts is no ordinary cat owner, and Luna is no ordinary cat. On my national Steve Dale’s Pet… Read More Radio Interview on Steve Dale’s Pet World About Luna

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More Information Regarding the Successful FIP Antiviral Drug Trials from the December 2017 AVMA Publication

“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”  The clinical trial drug that saved our precious Luna, and many others, discussed here in brief, in a newly published article: https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/171215a.aspx?utm_content=buffer274a1&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer Luna has hit and passed her 10th month… Read More More Information Regarding the Successful FIP Antiviral Drug Trials from the December 2017 AVMA Publication

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Use of Doxycycline in Suspected and Clinically Diagnosed FIP

Use of Doxycycline in Suspected and Clinically Diagnosed FIP (Shared with Permission) The following information is being provided by me personally and has not been sanctioned by the Winn Feline Foundation. There is little to offer cats with FIP and treatments potentially helping cats are expensive. The FIP Fighters’ administrators support sharing this information concerning… Read More Use of Doxycycline in Suspected and Clinically Diagnosed FIP

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With Permission, the Newest Publication on GC376 (Note: This is NOT the drug Luna was on)

The newest publication on GC376.  This is the trial drug that many cats received in 2016 at the UCDavis clinical trial.   Efficacy of a 3C-like protease inhibitor in treating various forms of acquired feline infectious peritonitis   To keep these trials going strong, please give to FIP research via one of the methods listed… Read More With Permission, the Newest Publication on GC376 (Note: This is NOT the drug Luna was on)

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Summary of Dr. Pedersen’s Presentation at the Winn FIP Symposium July 20, 2017 (Reblog from Support FIP Research)

Summary of Dr. Pedersen’s Presentation at the Winn FIP Symposium SUPPORT F.I.P. RESEARCH·THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017 Ending FIP, Is There Hope? – A summary of Dr. Niels Pedersen’s presentation to the Winn Feline Foundation Symposium in Chicago July 29th, 2017 by Carol Johnson DVM, Ph.D. and Heather Lorimer Ph.D. Additional information from literature articles written… Read More Summary of Dr. Pedersen’s Presentation at the Winn FIP Symposium July 20, 2017 (Reblog from Support FIP Research)