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Re: CRH Receptor Antagonists

Posted by glenn on August 3, 1999, at 13:00:24

In reply to CRH Receptor Antagonists, posted by JohnB on August 3, 1999, at 12:16:09

> I've heard great things about the corticotropin-releasing hormone antagonist drug trials that are ongoing. Has anyone out there been involved in the CRH-R drug trials? Where is most of the research being done? How long before an FDA approved CRH-R antagonist drug is available? Any MD's out there with first hand experience with these agents or with any thoughts on this intruiging treatment prospect?
> Thanks.
im no doc but my cortisol levels are sky high and i have looked into this area a lot
anticort may be available soon of your over there
( u.s )
it directly reduces cortisol, other tries are ketaconazole, metyrapone and dilantin but the side effects may be prohibitive
i hope they bring one out soon but as ever the process will probably be a long one
all the best




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