Male hysteria medicine (MHM) cat vaccines are proving popular, with patients claiming they can prevent or cure the common cold.
The vaccines are designed to treat both male and female cats, with males being more likely to have symptoms.
But they’re also being tested on women.
The cats have been found to be less susceptible to the common viral coronavirus, with the vaccinated females showing lower rates of fever, pneumonia and a decreased number of sputum infections, as well as a lower risk of respiratory illness.
But while the vaccines have been shown to be safe and effective, there is still some debate over whether they are the best treatment for males.
The National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC) has published its latest report on male and male-associated coronaviruses, and it has recommended the vaccines be withdrawn from cats.
“There is no evidence that the vaccines are superior to placebo in the prevention of male coronaviral disease in cats,” the NVAC says in its new report, published on Monday.
“The safety and efficacy of the vaccines has not been demonstrated in studies of male cats in which they were administered at doses that would be administered to cats at risk for disease.”
The committee says cats that were vaccinated had a “significant” reduction in fever, respiratory illness, and the number of respiratory infections in the 24 hours following vaccination.
It also found that vaccinated males were more likely than their vaccinated counterparts to have decreased sputumen infections and respiratory symptoms.
However, the NVCC also found some problems with the vaccination protocol, which included cats not being vaccinated for two weeks.
“We are concerned that this protocol may have been inadequate in the treatment of males, and therefore the efficacy of this protocol was limited in cats that are at increased risk for infection, such as cats in quarantine,” the report says.
“It is important that these cats be vaccinated at the earliest opportunity.”
The NVAC is not the only organisation to warn against male-specific vaccines.
A study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association last month found that the vaccinated male cat had lower levels of antibodies against coronavirochirus (CRV), which was also found to increase the risk of a viral infection in the vaccinated cat.
In a study conducted in the US, the Vaccine Alliance has also warned against vaccinating male cats.
The group recommends that cats be immunised at six months of age, and that the cats receive vaccinations at six and nine months of aged.
The NVCC says cats can be vaccinated for any viral disease at any age, including those that are common in the cat population, including cat fever, cat pneumonia and cat respiratory illness and viral pneumonia.
“Female cats should be vaccinated to prevent cat disease, and male cats should also be vaccinated,” the group says.
It says there is no proven vaccine that can prevent all viral infections in cats.
Cats that have been vaccinated against CRV can recover more quickly and live longer.
However the NVCA also warns against vaccining female cats.
It said there was a limited number of vaccines available to females, and there were no randomized trials comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated females.
The committee said it will continue to monitor and assess the safety and effectiveness of vaccines for cats and recommends that vaccinating cats for male and females be done in parallel.
“Cat vaccination should only be administered in cats in a quarantine setting and not in other companion animals,” the statement says.
The report comes after a new coronavivirus case has been reported in Sydney, Australia, in the Sydney Morning Herald’s local section.
In August, two cats who had been in quarantine in the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and Western Australia, were found dead.
A woman was arrested in relation to the deaths.
Sydney is also seeing the first cases of a new strain of coronavire virus, which has not yet been identified.
It is being found mainly in people in Sydney’s west, with up to five cases reported each day in the CBD.
The new strain is the first to be found in Australia, and experts are concerned the virus could spread further.
“If it’s found in people, we’re going to be very concerned,” Dr Andrew Fagan, chief executive of the National Veterinary Services Authority (NVSA), told the ABC.
“At the moment, it’s mainly in adults.
If it’s discovered in children, it could spread to a broader population.”
“It’s a very small proportion of cases.
We’re seeing it in a lot of other people around the world. “
Our concern is the spread of this virus.
If you’re outside and you have contact you should take it seriously.” “
People should take extra care if they’re outside, and if they have contact with other people.
If you’re outside and you have contact you should take it seriously.”
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