Needle-less injection, why hasn't this been looked at?

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Postby Aaron » Thu Mar 17, 2005 9:50 am

Hi All,

First of all I'm AAron, not to be confused with aRRon.

Now, back to topic. Serono and Bioject have recently signed a partnership agreement, so hopefully the needless injections are just around the corner. By the way Bioject's stock trades for about $1.60 and Aradigm (another needless injector) trades for about $1.20 - they say buy the stocks of the products you use. :D [/b]
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Postby deehammer » Mon Apr 18, 2005 9:51 pm

I am on Betaseron now, but I was on Avonex and Copazone too. I believe that I read in the Avonex inserts, that the reason there isn't a site reaction IS because it goes into the muscle and isn't sub-q. The further away from the skin and so on...... Just thought I'd add that.
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Bioject / Serono

Postby soul » Wed Jun 22, 2005 10:38 am

I have been using Rebif for over 11 years now.

I recently spoke to a couple people from Serono about the Bioject system in conjunction with Rebif they acted surprised and shocked and said they had no idea what I was talking about. They asked me where I found out this info I told them from researching on the web.
Does anybody know if the two are going to be possibly combined as a new delivery system for Rebif?
I am getting pretty tired of sticking myself my skin is starting to resemble a leather boot
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