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September 09, 2009

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kollagen

I think there must also be at least preliminary clinical evidence the drug is or might be effective, plus evidence the drug is safe at the dose and duration proposed for treatment.

cageraghty

This process did not work for me - I was told by my father's research Neurologist that there was too much paperwork involved - that it would take longer to get the medication this way than wait for it to become available to the public. We gave up trying-my father is on his last legs and now after several months the medication is still not available to the public.

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