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Facial expressions with acute pain in cats
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2015/02/13/facial-expressions-with-acute-pain-in-cats
points identified from the pain-free cats (controls). Observers comprised five veterinary nurses, one animal care assistant, five veterinary students, nine interns, 12 residents of varying disciplines
New antiviral treatments for cats
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2012/10/18/new-antiviral-treatments-for-cats
Robert-Tissot C, Ruegger VL, Cattori V, et al. Stimulation with a class A CpG oligonucleotide enhances resistance to infection with feline viruses from five different families. Vet Res. 2012; 43: 60. [free, full text article] Viral pathogens commonly infect domestic cats, in particular in multi-cat environments such as shelters and catteries, often leading to increased morbidity and mortality, resistance against feline viruses from five distinct viral families, namely Coronavirdae
2012_Scholarship_Winner_McKay_News_Release
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and investigate the prevalence of Toxoplasmosis, internal parasites, FeLV, and FIV in cats on Ometepe Island
Guidelines for Special Fund Donations- final 2015
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are subject to the same five-year restriction as Breed-Related Funds or Named Funds, including dermatophytes, viral diseases including FHV-1, calicivirus, FeLV, FIV, etc.) ¥ Metabolic, and established by the Winn Board of Directors, the sponsor has up to five years to achieve sufficient, to Special Funds remain in the Fund for up to five years. If No studies have been approved and funded
W18-021 Targeted therapy for feline pulmonary carcinoma, Interim Report Summary
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, and ultimately enrolled five patients total. Unfortunately, what they found is that a majority, , they were unable to treat many cats. Of the five cats they enrolled, four completed the trial. One, a better response to therapy. Of the five patients enrolled, the investigators had three samples
Targeted therapy for feline pulmonary carcinoma
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enrolled five patients total. Unfortunately, what they found is that a majority of patients were very, many cats. Of the five cats they enrolled, four completed the trial. One patient achieved, cells will have a better response to therapy. Of the five patients enrolled, the investigators had
Milestones in Feline Health-web
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virus (FIV). A grant for ongoing work on fungal infections is awarded by Winn. The research leads, show for Winn and donates $20,000. The first of five Purina/CFA Invitational Shows is held, #10321 2008 Through its partnership with the Miller Trust, Winn recommends funding for five studies, for five projects. Winn awards $174,018 in grants funding ten feline medical studies. WINN FELINE, causing hypokalemia in Burmese cats. 2013 A total of $298,818 is given to research between the five