Feline Leukemia is perhaps the most devastating disease of domestic cats. The devastation is significant because the virus is easily transmitted from an infected feline through most body fluids. Fortunately, not all cats succumb to the invading virus; many can carry the virus their entire lives.
In the fall of 1965, Dr. Wendell Belfield, veterinarian, drew 2000 milligrams of sodium ascorbate (buffered Vitamin C) into a hypodermic syringe and injected it intravenously into a dog infected with the canine distemper virus.
Orthomolecular Specialties - New Concepts in Pet Health Care - Alternative Pet Health Care
Complementary and alternative pet health care and the treatment of disease using nutrient combinations to restore the natural environment of the body and correct imbalances or deficiencies that cause disease.