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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Importance of Office Use Compounding Part 2

  Criteria to Demand From Your Sterile Compounding Partner The compounding pharmacy supplying sterile office use products must place quality above everything else.  For a sterile products compounding pharmacy, this means, at a minimum, that the pharmacy: Maintains a constant state of control in their cleanroom Continuous monitoring of temperature, humidity and pressure differentials Daily, weekly and monthly environmental monitoring Regular certification of all cleanrooms and laminar flow hoods by an accredited third party Meets Continue Reading

LDN Ramping?

Ask Larry: Your question: When starting the LDN (I am starting at 0.5mg) how long should I stay on this dose before moving up a little? My goal is 4.5 but my doctor said to take it very slow. Since you do this all the time I was hoping you might have a recommendation. Larry’s Response: That’s a good question, but I don’t have a good answer. The vast majority of people start at one Continue Reading

Statins linked to muscle/joint problems?

Statins Linked to Muscle, Joint Problems, the headline reads. No surprise there. We have KNOWN about the negative effects of statins for a decade or more. An eerie aspect is that the statin itself might not be the direct culprit. LOW CHOLESTEROL is actually harmful. Cholesterol is THE substance we use to make hormones and other vital substances. The miracle is that we can absorb carbohydrates and turn the pieces into cholesterol, which then can Continue Reading

Drug Shortage Update 2013

I wrote my last blog on the drug shortage crisis almost 10 months ago and it is clear from the daily calls we get at JCB Laboratories that the drug shortage crisis is far from resolved.    The names of the drugs in short supply may have changed but the reasons for and the effects of the shortages are all too familiar. Recently, I have seen a new way to quantify the drug shortages.  Because Continue Reading

A rant, with a positive ending

Somehow the truth stays the same. Fibs have a tendency to change and grow (Pinocchio’s nose, etc.). That’s what I look for when I analyze something. If a diagnosis, for example, needs to be modified and “tweaked” there’s a greater chance that the whole thing is bogus. Multiple Sclerosis isn’t a disease, but doctors want it to be. There are numerous categories and sub-categories and each might have a different symptoms set and different DRUGS Continue Reading

Metoprolol or ?????

Ask Larry: Your question: I am wondering if you have any suggestions for my daughter to take as opposed to a beta blocker that was prescribed, Metoprolol. She was diagnosed with POTS: postural orthostatic tachycardial symdrome. Her symptoms are dizziness and light headedness upon standing, racing heart when walking up stairs, chest pain sometimes (although no known heart condition). Her dizziness is daily, but otherwise she tolerates her symptoms pretty well. I read the possible Continue Reading