FIV and HIV
By Alfred J. Plechner, D.V.M.
The cats and humans that suffer from viruses
[retroviruses], like HIV, FIV, FIP and FELV, all have a hormonal-antibody
deficiency caused by the Plechner Syndrome. The severity of this imbalance will
determine if the feline or human will remain merely positive or whether the
imbalance will allow for the actual development of the disease. So far, my
studies in cats and humans,
show there is an active cortisol imbalance, which allows for an elevated total
estrogen, which not only invalidates thyroid hormones, but allows for the
deregulation of the immune system. The one immune cell that protects the body of
the cat and human against viruses, no longer will fulfill its function, and if
exposure occurs to one of these viruses, the severity of Plechner's Syndrome
will determine if the patient merely becomes positive for the virus or actually
develops the disease.
To read more about this, please continue to read through
the library. My book "Pets at Risk" will give you insight and treatment for your cat with FIV,
FIP or FELV. My Compendium, entitled Endocrine-Immune Mechanisms in Animals and
Human Health Implications, will provide more information for those humans that
are HIV positive or have developed AIDs. By correcting Plechner's Syndrome when
the patient is only positive for FIV, HIV, FIP or FELV, there is a good
opportunity to avoid the actual disease.
Remember that these blood tests need to be handled correctly and only sent to
a laboratory, qualified to do these tests. You will find this information on the
home page under labs, for both you and your cat.
Please know that I will be happy to make suggestions to your healthcare
professional, whether for you or your cat.
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