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Anyone else see a news report on possible new form of opioids?

Hi anyone one else see the news story on a new opioids they claim will be non addictive but works well on pain. Something about it binding with t-cells in the brain. Any how wont help any of us right now. They are still testing it on mice and it will be atleast 2 more years till they test on human. But....didnt they claim at one time oxycontin was non addictive? Hmmm

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  • nutcase007nnutcase007 United StatesPosts: 877
    boo9989 - If I read about the same lab trial drug, it is being called Cyt-1010.  If you google it, you will see a lot of articles.


    Do your due diligence, trust you know your body and question everything if it does not fit. Advocate for yourself and you will be surprised what will be revealed trusting your body and instinct.

  • Likely no generic for a while so it will be expensive with a plan, but if it works well I'm in.

    Diagnosis: Thoracic facet syndrome & cervical and thoracic radiculopathy from car accident trauma.
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  • Nutcase not sure they didnt state the name of the drug..But the professor they were speaking too was at UNC

    Ltee I'm right behind you. Its a shame its 2 years from a trial so many of us need it..NOW!

  • nutcase007nnutcase007 United StatesPosts: 877
    boo9989 - I found the work being done at UNC.  It is a different drug than Cyt-1010.  From what I read, both drugs have not yet reached Human Clinical Trials. 
     
    Why no name yet?  I think drugs are only given a name once they reach Human Trials, I don't know which phase.  Sometimes it is worth being part of the human trials. 
     
     


    Do your due diligence, trust you know your body and question everything if it does not fit. Advocate for yourself and you will be surprised what will be revealed trusting your body and instinct.

  • well, if a drug that reduces pain as well as opiates and is truly non addicting actually comes to market, I would assume the trumpets will be blaring while specks of gold is sprinkled from the sky

    I can’t see how it would not be prohibitively expensive to the common man...don’t forget they have to supply all of the pillheads with free ones to keep them going

    ...and a generic would be years away

    ....but I may be totally wrong and the drug company may feel sorry for the so called pill epidemic and make them really cheap

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  • Lol @ scinmyheart- picturing the trumpets and golden specks coming down from the sky  :) good one

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