Rebif doses are 22 or 44 μg and are given thrice a week while (according to the patent) a therapeutically effective daily dose of interferon- useful for treating restenosis is 0.25 mg (8 million IU) injected subcutaneously every other day, i.e. approx. 5 to 10 times the rebif dose.sou wrote:Hi.
I believe there are other drugs or supplements that can prevent restenosis than interferons, which have such nasty side effects and are toxic to the liver. On the other hand, it's the dose that makes the poison. At what dose should interferons be given to a liberated patient?
Sotiris wrote:But maybe we have to see it the other way round. I mean, that given the fact that no one knows how exactly the interferons work, it could be that they simply help the endothelium and the vascular system.
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