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Posted by Adam on December 14, 1999, at 19:17:01

In reply to Re: DMAE, posted by Diane on December 14, 1999, at 18:03:42

As far as I know, that paper on buprenorphine is the only one out there. The first author is
the chief investigator of the selegiline study I am currently enrolled in. His name is J. Alexander
Bodkin, and works in McLean Hospital in Belmont, MA. Maybe your doctor can look him up.

Good luck. Let me know how the inositol and DHEA work out for you. I have to admit, I've read
about a lot of the supplements and herbal remedies (SJW, inostitol, other B vitamins, SAMe) with
some incredulity. Perhaps that is a bias toward the more "established" remedies of allopathic
medicine; I may be guilty of faith in the products of pharmaceutical companies to the point that
I have ignored less flashy compounds. But if some "supplements" hold up to the same scrutiny that
other pharmacological agents do, and they're easier to tolerate, then that's some cause for

> I'm just rooting around, while I work up the courage to ask my GP if he'll prescribe me
> Buprenorphine, for stuff that has possibilities, is easily obtainable, relatively side-effect
> free, non-toxic.
> I need something to give my GP that will sell him dead bang on Buprenorphine. So far
> I've only come up with one abstract "Buprenorphine treatment of refractory depression"
> I need more.
> As with methadone tho, the only studies done on Buprenorphine relate to drug abuse
> treatment.
> Catch you later Adam.




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