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  • PHASE 3 of promising lacrimal stimulant

    This has been discussed before here but may-be not that it's at Phase 3 and it's being developed into a synthetic form which may speed things along.

    Let's hope Lacripep doesn't stop at Phase 3 and move to obscurity like so many others. We need more effective treatments.

    Read the article on Lacripep here: http://www.mivision.com.au/natural-d...asting-effect/
    Last edited by DCRdryeye; 05-Oct-2013, 01:40.

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    We need to start Petition on Chance .org..for FDA

    In Russia we say hope will not help..Actions will.. !! We need contact compony and ask them what help they need ..We need to start Petition on Chance .org..for FDA approval more effective treatment..
    I think Rebecca could organize us!!! ??


    Originally posted by DCRdryeye View Post
    This has been discussed before here but may-be not that it's at Phase 3 and it's being developed into a synthetic form which may speed things along.

    Let's hope Lacripep doesn't stop at Phase 3 and move to obscurity like so many others. We need more effective treatments.

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      Unfortunately it's apparently against the rules here to message members to gain funding. Hank (member on here) was doing that and set up a website http://www.tearlogic.com and we both founded http://www.australiandryeye.webs.com

      He was both supported and attacked. But the attacks were so strong that he won't post here anymore so we have lost a great resource. He's well known and has strong connections with top researchers and ophthalmologists in the USA and will be travelling the USA to meet several of them and for treatment. I do not think he'll post his findings here. Unfortunately. May-be I can post for him. Btw, he's so respected many are offering him free treatment and accommodation. I say again, what a resource to dry eye we've lost here. He takes ACTION.

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      • #4
        I am very sorry to hear that....F/G

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          Thanks farmgirl, I'll let Hank know. He's travelling for multiple researcher and ophthalmologist visits to the USA in a few days.

          Anyway, in my original thread above I forgot to add the link to an article on Lacripep. Again, let's hope it passes phase 3.

          Here is the article link: http://www.mivision.com.au/natural-d...asting-effect/

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          • #6
            Yes, it is unfortunate that we have lost Hank.

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            • #7
              I do not recall his post being "attacked". Is there an example of one?

              My understanding was he was made aware of the rules for posting on the site.

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              • #8
                Hi Indrep, yes there are examples of him being attacked but I really don't have the time to go through all the posts. I have a full day today (Sunday) and need to get on with it. But I always find time for posting here

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                • #9
                  'That is the happiest conversation where there is no competition, no vanity, but only a calm, quiet interchange of sentiment' ~ Dr Samuel Johnson.

                  DCRdryeye ~ have you met Hankm recently, or ZacoftheForest, as I think he used to be? I wonder how his eyes are, and if he knows why he is suffering dry eyes.
                  Last edited by littlemermaid; 06-Oct-2013, 06:44.
                  Paediatric ocular rosacea ~ primum non nocere

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                  • #10
                    Hi littlemermaid - I've never known him as Zacoftheforest lol. We communicate almost daily. He never complains about his eye condition but seems to think he has mild MGD and very poor ATD. We had a go at Meadownick lasik centre on facebook today and they blocked us lol. Obviously they didn't want us warning their potential victims they could get dry eyes and ruin their lives.

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                    • #11
                      Woah. Just being nosey, I found a dry eye study in University of Melbourne looking for volunteers http://www.optometry.unimelb.edu.au/...tResearch.html I hope you guys can make friends and work together with the cornea specialist ophthalmologists in Australia.
                      Paediatric ocular rosacea ~ primum non nocere

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                      • #12
                        Thanks littlemermaid, indeed we are aware of that. Our radar is out there, but it's mostly hankm whom does a majority of the research since I'm busy with my business.

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                        • #13
                          Cool DCRdryeye, would you kindly send him this? It's the September 2013 TFOS Conference programme and if he hasn't already seen it, he's gonna love it http://www.tfos2013.org/programs/Tao...tember%206.pdf

                          There's nothing on Zac de Silva's website about the Melbourne University trial and Ophthalmology university research in Australia, although there is a useful list of optometrists. Is he still a media student? He must be working hard. Do you know where the Indiegogo money is going? Is it just Belgium, or also US? Contributors will probably want clarification.
                          Last edited by littlemermaid; 07-Oct-2013, 03:21.
                          Paediatric ocular rosacea ~ primum non nocere

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                            Thanks for the link LM, the abstracts are great!

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                              Yes, it's great to hear about new developments - feels like science is on the job. Let's hope some of these Belgian eye proteome studies Hankm and DCRdryeye are talking about on the Australian dry eye website come good too. Maybe there's a microbiota imbalance in chronic MGD and this is why antibacs work sometimes.
                              Paediatric ocular rosacea ~ primum non nocere

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