Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)

Discussion in 'Χρήσιμα Links' started by Marin, Nov 4, 2007.

  1. Marin

    Marin Administrator

  2. Marianthy

    Marianthy New Member

    Μαρίνα, είχαμε κανένα δυσάρεστο και το έβαλες το link τη συγκεκριμένη στιγμη...? :?
  3. Marin

    Marin Administrator

    Όχι, απλά έγινε μία αναφορά κάπου και έστειλα εδώ να δουν συνδέσμους αλλά δεν το είχα προσθέσει... απορώ πως μου ξέφυγε.

    Μαρίνα
  4. adespota

    adespota New Member

    About 'PIF' or 'FIP'

    Hello everyone,

    Here, a link of website very well done about the 'FIP' with a broad choice of languages

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    Bonjour a tous,

    Voici le lien d'un site tres bien fait a propos de la 'PIF', avec un choix large de langue



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    ENGLISH MENU [​IMG] MENU EN FRANCAIS [​IMG]

    ENGLISH MENU
    > http://www.dr-addie.com/

    MENU EN FRANCAIS
    > http://www.dr-addie.com/French/indexfr.htm

    THE SITE IN OTHER LANGUAGES
    > http://www.dr-addie.com/

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    Who's Who at Catvirus.com

    The author: Dr Diane Addie

    Dr Diane Addie is a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and virologist who has spent the last 20 years researching feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) and feline coronavirus infection (FCoV). Her PhD was entitled "Studies on the humoral immune response to feline coronavirus." She is Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, U.K and Director of the Feline Institute Pyrenees in France.

    Her dream is to eradicate FIP, at least from pedigree/purebred cats, and preferably also from rescue shelters, within the next 10 years. By becoming informed and spreading reliable knowledge, or by fundraising for research you can help her fight FIP.

    She takes the stand that she prefers not to experiment on animals and all her studies have been on animals who have become infected or sick naturally and whose veterinary surgeons or guardians have contacted her.

    In 2003 she received the Amoroso award for for outstanding contributions to small animal studies by a non-clinical member of university staff. She served on the council of Cats Protection for 20 years and is currently a patron of the Celia Hammond Animal Trust.

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