RE; MEDDAYS'S PHASE3 TRAIL AND BELIEF IN BIOTINS POTENTIAL T

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RE; MEDDAYS'S PHASE3 TRAIL AND BELIEF IN BIOTINS POTENTIAL T

Postby seeva » Wed May 10, 2017 7:47 am

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Re: RE; MEDDAYS'S PHASE3 TRAIL AND BELIEF IN BIOTINS POTENTI

Postby zen2010 » Sat May 13, 2017 3:04 am

Hi,

I have to say I don't understand the aim of this additional study.

They said they wanted more data, but thousands of MSers (including me) regularly provide data to their neurologist.
Also, previous study phases were already conducted.

It's well known this med can help some of us.
Why more studies? Why loosing time?
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Re: RE; MEDDAYS'S PHASE3 TRAIL AND BELIEF IN BIOTINS POTENTI

Postby Anunymouse » Thu May 18, 2017 11:49 am

Biotin is cheap and you can order it. Insurance won't cover it anyway, but $100 worth of the pure stuff will last you over a year at the 300mg dosage.
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Re: RE; MEDDAYS'S PHASE3 TRAIL AND BELIEF IN BIOTINS POTENTI

Postby zen2010 » Thu May 25, 2017 10:54 am

Anunymouse wrote:Biotin is cheap and you can order it. Insurance won't cover it anyway, but $100 worth of the pure stuff will last you over a year at the 300mg dosage.


Hello,

Sorry but I disagree.

There was a debate about the different biotin sources: biotin-qizenday-cerenday-md1003-f56/topic27133.html

I personally believe Qizenday is more efficient than the "cheap" biotin you can find from the net or advertised by some fools on this thread (people trying to take advantage of our disease).

By the way, one cap from Qizenday (100mg) costs around 70 USD. (This is the selling price from Medday)
As you need to take 3 caps a day, pls do the maths.


Seems the reason of this additional study is that they want to see the Qizenday effects on "non active" PP/SP MS.
Indeed, according to previous studies, results are better for this type of MS.

Meanwhile, MSers who can not get access to Qizenday have to wait more time :-x
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Re: RE; MEDDAYS'S PHASE3 TRAIL AND BELIEF IN BIOTINS POTENTI

Postby ElliotB » Thu May 25, 2017 10:57 am

"Seems the reason of this additional study is that they want to see the Qizenday effects on "non active" SPMS."

I don't think that is necessarily the reason.
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Re: RE; MEDDAYS'S PHASE3 TRAIL AND BELIEF IN BIOTINS POTENTI

Postby zen2010 » Thu May 25, 2017 11:02 am

ElliotB wrote:"Seems the reason of this additional study is that they want to see the Qizenday effects on "non active" SPMS."

I don't think that is necessarily the reason.


Hi Elliot,
From Seeva's link: "The trial aims to prove that high-dose biotin can reverse disability in non-active progressive MS........We don’t want to be polluted by relapses, which may cause unwanted noise in the evaluation."

I modified my previous post: I replaced SPMS by PP/SP MS
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