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Dear Reader, All advertisements seen on this site are chosen by Google, not Dr. Hines
If you have a cat that is + for feline leukemia or feline AIDS and it received raltegravir (Isentress ®) = a human AIDs  medication, 
feline interferon omega, thiamine, niacinamide or slippery elm bark in its treatment plan; I would very much appreciate 
knowing  the results. RSH email

 



"He prayeth best who loveth best All things both great and small; For the dear God who loveth us, He made and loveth all."

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 1797

 

Most people wander onto this site looking for a better understanding of their pet's medical problems.

You can search through the Articles I have written to help you do that. I try to write them in a way that is understandable to most everyone and I link them with (refs) to Wikipedia and journal articles that others have written. I update them from time to time. It is a time consuming task. You cannot assume that anything on the internet is free from errors and that includes this site.

I know this website is not flashy. I use old code-writing technology that leaves much to be desired. When you see the , I have reprogrammed the page to make it appear more "friendly" when viewed on your mobile device. If you don't see the heart, a desktop or laptop computer would be the preferred device to view it.

This website is written by a single South Texas veterinarian. There is no profit-driven company supporting this site. There is no IT guy programming and coding it and there are no proof readers other than you.

As for the advertisements that run on this site. I find ads annoying too. It is my recent compromise with Google to help pay the bills my animal charities and this site generate. I play no part in selecting the ads they run. Google Adsense does that. But I would appreciate your whitelisting the 2ndchance.info site in whatever adblocking program you use.

Best wishes to you and your pets,

RSH