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April 11, 2019

This article is about contaminated generics, but we think it explains and justifies some of FIP Fighters’ concerns about use of unapproved substances and drugs. Please read it thoroughly and carefully. It explains that generics are not the same as or identical to name brand drugs. Contamination problems were caused by active pharmaceutical ingredients manufactured in China and India. There are still manufacturing problems in those countries, and the FDA has stepped up its presence and manufacturing inspections in both countries.

Drugs alleging to be GC376 and GS441524 are not generic versions of the drugs in the clinical trials, nor have their safety and efficacy been established.

Susan Gingrich

Article from MSN.com

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September 27, 2018

Article originally posted by Steve Dale

https://stevedalepetworld.com/blog/drug-that-can-cure-fip/

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) has eluded veterinarians since the fatal disease was first discovered.  Dr. Neils Pederson, professor emeritus at the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, was among the first to describe FIP in several published articles, and in his still groundbreaking text, “Feline Husbandry: Disease and Management in the Multiple Cat Environment.”


Understanding FIP and how to diagnose the illness took decades. Even today, FIP is sometimes misdiagnosed. Treatment has until today focused on merely making cats comfortable until death inevitably occurs,  There are some drugs whi...

March 1, 2018

Article originally posted on Steve Date Pets:

https://stevedalepetworld.com/blog/fip-update-winn-feline-foundation/

Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is an immune-mediated disease that all too often kills cats, especially kittens. For many years, the nonprofit funder of cat health studies, Winn Feline Foundation, has funded research on the fatal disease, and in recent years, Winn dedicated the Bria Fund to specifically raise money for it. Legions around the world have expressed interest. Today there’s hope. This is the most recent (albeit technical) report regarding FIP.

Feline infectious peritonitis is a highly fatal disease caused by virulent feline coronavirus (FCoV) that has the ability to infect monocytes/macroph...

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