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2007/06/18 00:36:26 (permalink)
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Melanotan adminstration

I have read the article composed by partyboy,

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I take it transdermal, oral and nasal adminstration are ont he way some time in the future? Any guesses on how far away this is? Maybe a lame question, just wondering if anyone knew anything about how far Melanotan is interms of product release, research etc...

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    RE: Melanotan adminstration 2007/06/18 00:39:46 (permalink)
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    I believe administration by means of a slow release implant is thought to be available in 2009 if all goes well
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    RE: Melanotan adminstration 2007/06/18 15:38:57 (permalink)
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    Will be a good while yet I would imagine C Cat.

    Poster is correct, there is an implant in the pipeline too though I doubt that this will make an impact on the grey market due to the small surgical procedure required to administer it (small incision, implant, then stitch).

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    RE: Melanotan adminstration 2007/06/20 14:15:27 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: PosterBoy

    I believe administration by means of a slow release implant is thought to be available in 2009 if all goes well


    Yes, seen this on a video about the product. Cheers mate


    ORIGINAL: PartyBoy

    Will be a good while yet I would imagine C Cat.

    Poster is correct, there is an implant in the pipeline too though I doubt that this will make an impact on the grey market due to the small surgical procedure required to administer it (small incision, implant, then stitch).


    The implant wouldnt be popular I guess (unless obtained through the proper route, then I guess it would have benefits for the patient), but I guess the trasderm, oral and nasal would as there is no needles involved.

    I knew it was long term and the product was early in devolpment, just wasnt sure if it was a case, of say, 3/4 years, or 10-15 years!

    Cheers

    post edited by Cheshire Cat - 2007/06/20 14:16:27
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