Cats with Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) by George Koursaros

This data visualization analyzes the results of the largest to date veterinary study on a deadly cat virus called Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) and the effects of a potentially curing molecule called GS-441524.

FIP is a disease caused by a mutation of FECV (Feline Enteric Coronavirus), a virus that is believed to be detectable in up to 60% of the domestic cat population, making this one of the most prevalent viruses in cats.

GS-441524 is currently the only potential cure and can only be found in the black market. Because of this, very limited information and studies are available on the curing effects of this drug, at the big expense of the owners and wellbeing of their pets.

This visualization supports the most comprehensive study ever conducted on the effects of GS-441524 on FIP, with over 500 participants globally. It can be used by owners with a newly diagnosed cat, to see the success rate of cats with a similar profile and in the process increase awareness about this promising cure to a horrible feline disease.