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The AF243 can help with neurons yes .......
This molecule is based on an anticancer molecule research similar to tamoxifen as explained here
http://www.affichem.fr/nce (in french)
does anyone knows where exactly proceed as on the online information doesn t give these details:
i have a tdcs system i could tweak to...
Anyone knows where we can buy it in Europe?
scary article about stem cells:
this is an interesting finding
Scanning electron microscopy...
Here it is...
so when it s coming to market so we can give it a try?
I m wondering if anyone here is having positionnal vertigo, i m having that often lately and wanted to know how you are dealing with it?...
where did you get it? and is it astanxanthin?
As far as i ve understood, tinnitus is created by neurons which are not getting any signals from the hair cells (died or damaged).Logic would say...
this is a new method to do it, it seems to be in early stage ...
Study of inner ear...
this is sad ,money is priority for those people not the sufferers
does anyone know what is the molecule they are working on?
so noone have tried levodopa?
anyone have tried levodopa for tinnitus and/or chronic pain already?
because the study seems to sugest it could help and/or any...
so basically you are stable since you started it?
and at very minimal level of disturbance?
if i understand well
this new connection is forming a kind of short circuit wich is decreasing the ability of the hair cells to hear correctly?...
A likely new contributor to age-related hearing...
i think this worth reading
Using gene therapy, researchers at Boston...
anyone of us have contact with a lab to make our own sf... similar pills?
there is hundreds of labs in asia either india or china who could...
i ve think we ve discussed this somewhere but i don t find the thread so i m opening it here:...
i ve tried but got paywall
just was able to read the name of the 3 molecules they are using:
Mechanosensory hair cells (HCs) are the primary...
here s an interesting finding:
Scientists at the...
another interesting article
PhD student Mohammad Ayat's research involved...
this seems interesting
Tinnitus is the most common service-related...
i ve tried it and for someone with type 1 diabete and it didnt work for both of us
i wasnt able to follow the timing and also i hd otitis...
theorically it should.
As they seems to believe tinnitus is due to nerve firing signals because of lack of signals coming from the dead hair...
the link seems dead
i ve googled it ,it seems an article of april 2014 but not available on their site
how about this study?
edit:they are talking about l-baclofen and not baclofen itself
i'm just wondering if anyone has tried baclofen?
i've read it was giving some results on hyperacusis
how about tinnitus?
thanks in advance
this one may interest some of us
here s there page...
this is strange conclusion,the guy is concluding that intratympan bupivacaine could help but he didn t done any test or trial to prove...
An interesting finding
Sensory hair cell loss is the major cause of...
does any knows where to place the electrode for having effects on tinnitus?
i m having one built next week or by end of month and wanted...
here s the link
Enhancing hearing appears to improve balance in older adults with hearing loss,...
this guy is very good he was able to cure more than 100k people in less than 2 months because this address was set up in late october 2014...
I am confused.
I think that there are multiple sources of Vitamin B3; the regular Vitamin B3 (Niacin/Niacinamide) and the one they've...
Is Vitamin B3 (Niacin/Niacinamide) the same as Nicotinamide Riboside (NR)?
The study used Nicotinamide Riboside, and it was the form that was...
Researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College and the Gladstone Institutes have found a way to prevent noise-induced hearing loss in a mouse...
An interesting finding on how one gene only can make one deaf
i ve got two drains in my ears since mid september.But since then i m having fullness in ears and hearing noises of blocked air...
that s a good idea,
for instance the laser sold bu wilder is commercially available from 20/30 usd comparing to the 2700 euros he is asking for....
hi @FERNANDO GIL
it seems interesting
can you ask her if she ll provide a discount if we come from the forum (worth trying)?
how much are you...
So Dr Shemesh is just another guy making easy shekels and dollars?
i see only one thing :easy way to make dollars
an article interesting about using supporting cells to restore hearing and haircells...
here is the article:
Patients with tinnitus hear phantom noise...
It seems they know about nt-3 since 1996:...
the study is showing effect on mice while they use 80mg/kg.they said in average of 30mg/kg,it should have effects.
so basically your 6 or 12...
i ve just fond that http://www.astaxanthin.org/ astaxanthin can increase the nt-3 also
anyone have tried it for tinnitus?
it might be good for the mice but it have several side effects :
one of them
Tamoxifen is a selective estrogen...
That s very good news.
i unfortunately wasnt able to be as assiduous as calin and i ll need more time to give you my point of view on this device...
here is an interesting finding
(Medical Xpress)—A new...
hi i ve got the device but didnt got time to use it as i m travelling.
i ll start it this week and keep you posted
just read you and just pmed you .
i m of course interested in testing it if there is anyway to do so and if possible starting from...
this is interesting,
how/when can we try this?
just noticed it was already posted
my questions remains about effects on human?
it seems furosemide is having some knd of effect on the auditory nerve
anyone have tried it?
New research funded by charity Action on...
this might interest us :
(Medical Xpress)—Patients with persistent ringing in the ears – a condition known as tinnitus – process...