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Old March 24th, 2011, 02:24 AM
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Yes a large flea infestation can cause anaemia especially in very young/senior or immune compromised pets. The tumor itself could also be the cause of the low platelets/low wbc.

You can read more about symptoms/treatments for anaemia here: http://www.felinecrf.org/anaemia.htm

You can also find some good information on cancer here: http://harpsie.com/cancer.htm

for fast improvement

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Originally Posted by kathryn View Post
Program is only for ONE month, not six! Also, both are oral medications.
Novartis came out with an Injectable 6 month dose of Lufenuron aka Program in 1998
http://www.ah.novartis.com/products/...able_cat.shtml
http://www.program.novartis.us/cats/inject-about.htm
http://www.veterinarypartner.com/Con...EVetID=3001459
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