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    alwayson is offline Associate Member
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    IGF1 will become a legit prescription drug soon!

    I am not sure if its regular igf1 or LR3 though.

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    which will mean it will now be a prescription drug, it will be illegal without a prescription, and it will be that much harder to get and more expensive too. enjoy what we have while we have it.

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    Always something to look forward to with the FDA

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    anybody want to verify the info given here.......
    maybe a link or a quote from some journal or medical evidence??????

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    I think it will be in conjunction with IGFBP so the half-life is prolongued.

    But I havn´t seen it jet,I´m sure the IGF-1/IGFBP will be a legit drug sometime,the r³ version was studied as a slin-substitute but then dismissed ´cause IG.-levels and IGF-receptor activation is something they don´t want with women and in regard to certain cancers.

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    is there a link or thread where u found out about this, just wonderin

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    I read about it in muscular development last months copy they said in november 2005 it will be aproved for prescription by a doctor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwayson
    I am not sure if its regular igf1 or LR3 though.
    Where did you hear that? If it has a link post it

    JohnnyB

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaorialfred
    anybody want to verify the info given here.......
    maybe a link or a quote from some journal or medical evidence??????
    it's just a matter of time regardless. there wouldn't be the studies on it we read if they weren't trying to figure out a use for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyB
    Where did you hear that? If it has a link post it

    JohnnyB

    It was in a bodybuilding magazine. Its coming in November.

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    So its true? That means we can no longer get it as a research drug.... that sucks i loved the fact u could order it from a web site and it worked so good.

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    i read that article find out the truth just mial them a letter asking if there doing clinical studies for approval of the drug and if so when they think it will be approved... FDA cannot accept on-line Freedom of Information Act requests because such requests must be signed in writing however information about filing such requests is available in FDA's Electronic FOI Reading Room.

    Food and Drug Administration
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