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Dr Wally
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In Reply To: macgyver's post @ Today, 05:50 PM

Hahaha! Nice one Mac! 🤣 I only hyperventilate when I’m thinking of you mate! 🤣 and if I ever said anything bad about the FDA I never meant it! 😬

The FDA is in our corner now. They’ve done a 180 on Afamelanotide and it’s clear from their being no ridiculous restrictions or conditions attached to their approval that they understand the significant health impacts that Scenesse will bring. They are no longer terrified of the word tan that’s for sure! 😉

Are you still buying? 😎

The truth is, sunlight is just like water. Both are deadly dangerous if you get the dosage wrong but both are absolutely essential to life on earth. 😎
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In Reply To: DoktorBen's post @ Today, 04:03 PM

Dr Wally hyperventilates quite a bit. Did he mention this drug is safe? No mention of the FDA though. You have been spared🤝

Dr Wally
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In Reply To: DoktorBen's post @ Today, 04:03 PM

“They aim on people who NEED to tan! “

Why would they “need” to tan?

They need to tan because if they didn’t “tan” they wouldn’t have the ALL important photo protection that the “tan” provides no?

“your mentioned tanning market will be just a small piece in the dna-repair space. “

It’s a complex subject thats surrounded in confusion, controversy and over the past 4 decades a hell of a lot of unjustified stigma has been attach to it.

More people die and encounter serious devastating diseases from lack of sunlight rather than too much. It’s also been proven that people that get regular sunlight exposure have less skin cancer and skin conditions than those that have a phobia of sunlight and deny their skin.

When we say the word “tan”, “tanning”, “skin tan” it seems most people conjure up negative thoughts straight away. Why the hell is that?

If I were to say human skin pigmentation instead of “tan” would that be more tolerable or less offensive?

How do you believe people are going to achieve DNA repair without the EUMelanin (tan) stimulated (side effect?) via the Afamelanotide (Scenesse) implant or cream or even micro needle patch?

The concept is simple really. The “tanning market” is the DNA repair market is the PHOTO PROTECTIVE “tanning market”. They are one and the same thing and there’s nothing to be scared of. 😎

Afamelanotide stimulates a photo protective (therapeutic) EUMelanin (pigmentation) tan!

Does the therapeutic value of the drug come from the Afamelanotide or from the stimulated EUMelanin? Who knows but can they actually be separated from each other?

The one thing that is certain right now is that your skin will show the signs of EUMelanin “tanning”, and if you get out in the sunlight your “tan” will become darker and darker and darker with more sunlight exposure.

You can have the opinion that a photo protective tan is cosmetic and worthy of scorn (cosmetic meaning: “affecting only the appearance of something rather than its substance.“ but is it really?

Time for an update on the old “there’s no such thing as a safe tan” rhetoric because
Clinuvel has proven that there really IS such a thing as a completely SAFE (and therapeutic on a genetic level) tan! 👍🏽

The truth is, sunlight is just like water. Both are deadly dangerous if you get the dosage wrong but both are absolutely essential to life on earth. 😎

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In Reply To: Dr Wally's post @ Today, 10:46 AM

I am not hyperventilating in regards to tanning. Just saying that there are different markets and I do not read that Clinuvel does aim on poeple who LIKE to tan. They aim on people who NEED to tan! and even this is not correct. They fokus on repairing a part of your body and tanning will be a sideeffect - listed in package leaflet.

your mentioned tanning market will be just a small piece in the dna-repair space.

But may I am wrong...

Dr Wally
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In Reply To: DoktorBen's post @ Today, 05:09 AM

“”You are talking about tanning... Clinuvel ist talking about medical application. “”

Relax DoktorBen, the days of hyperventilating at the near mention of the word “tan” or “tanning” are over!

If you havnt heard: there really is a completely SAFE, therapeutic (DNA repairing) tan!

Spread the word brother Ben! 👍🏽

The truth is, sunlight is just like water. Both are deadly dangerous if you get the dosage wrong but both are absolutely essential to life on earth. 😎

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If all goes according to plan
PW will be able to buy Real Madrid..
4.2 billion... no problem!
3 to 5 years yes?

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hit $28.70 this morning, gap now filled?

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According to TMR, the global sun care market is expected to rise at a 5.8% CAGR over the forecast period 2016 to 2024. The market was valued to be at US$14.8 bn in 2015 is prognosticated to reach US$24.9 bn by 2024. Geographically, North America held 35% of the share in the global sun care market in 2015. Surge in user concern is expected to drive the growth in this region, make it a leading market over the coming years.Cumulative epidemiologic data from Europe [710], Canada [11] and the United States [1214] indicate a continuous and dramatic increase in incidence during the last decades. The highest incidence rates have been reported in New Zealand with 50 cases per 100,000 persons and Australia with 48 cases per 100,000 persons (59 for males and 39 for females in 2011), followed by the US (21.6 new cases per year per 100,000 in 2012) and Europe (13.2 and 13.1 new cases per year, per 100,000 for men and women, respectively) [1517].<h2 class="head no_bottom_margin ui-helper-clearfix" id="__sec5title">Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer or Keratinocyte Carcinomas</h2>The most well recognized exogenous factor implicated in the pathogenesis of NMSC is the ultraviolet radiation (UVR). During the last 30 years, the incidence of SCC has been rising 3–10% per year [29]. For the same period, it is estimated that BCC incidence rate has risen between 20–80% in the US In Western societies, tan-seeking behavior, including sunbathing and indoor tanning, outdoor activities without adequate sun protection, clothing style and ozone depletion are among the parameters contributing to the increased UVR-exposure [2]. Future expectations, as reported by the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, suggest a possible increase in the overall number of extra cancer cases related to environmental factors and increased UVR by 2060. By 2050, it is expected that 32% of the world population will be above the age of 60. Given the predilection of keratinocyte cancers for the elderly, it is reasonable that NMSC will follow this age increase
Increasing incidence together with high prevalence translates into significantly higher costs, which has become a considerable economic burden for public health services. In Australia (population: 23.13 million), the estimated total cost, including diagnosis, therapeutic management and histopathology, reached $511 million in 2010, and it is projected to increase up to $703 million by 2015. Similarly, in the US (population: 318.9 million), the estimated total annual expenditure for NMSCs’ medical care reached $650 million. REf: Epidemiological trends in sin cancer -Journal Dermatology practical and conceptual.
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Johnny H
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In Reply To: LevelHeaded2000's post @ Today, 06:18 AM

The dilution hasn't occurred yet.

Clinuvel until my bowels release for the last time.
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In Reply To: Frogster's post @ Today, 06:07 AM

Saw you replied to a different post. Well if there is more dilution, then that is unfortunate.If there really is > 3% dilution, then I guess the overall market response was positive seeing as it did not drop that amount.


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