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Old 10-03-2007, 01:36 PM   #1
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Has anyone been given Tiobec 400 mg in conjunction to ep. reg. meds?

Its me again. I'd like to know if anyone has been given this new product which is still under 'trial'....... Tiobec 400 mg

From what I've read, its benefits can be seen soon after beginning its intake yet I haven't found anyone (patient) that has found any relief or benefit from it.

Perhaps on this forum someone has and can englighht me (us) on this product. Benefits, relief of any kind, side effect etc....

I have bought them today so I personaly cant tell anything about it but should none of you have tried it, I will be glad to give you some input.

This is NOT an anti-seizure or the like but been told it helps at the level of the cells directly.

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Old 10-03-2007, 01:44 PM   #2
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Re: Has anyone been given Tiobec 400 mg in conjunction to ep. reg. meds?

Also called Doxil (brand name) if that may help you in more searches.
Doxil® is indicated for patients with a history of cardiovascular disease.

Sounds like it is a higher risk med, for cancer orientated. One study was with ovarian growths that was published that I could quickly find.

Does not sound to be a neurological medication.

Best of luck in finding more.

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Re: Has anyone been given Tiobec 400 mg in conjunction to ep. reg. meds?

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Also called Doxil (brand name) if that may help you in more searches.
Doxil® is indicated for patients with a history of cardiovascular disease.

Sounds like it is a higher risk med, for cancer orientated. One study was with ovarian growths that was published that I could quickly find.

Does not sound to be a neurological medication.

Best of luck in finding more.

--Travis
From what I did find online it works on the cellular (renewal if i recall right) level therefore yes it is mentioned that it is indicated for epilepsy patients.

Cant give sites as it wouldnt be well seen nor accepted but further your search as well.

I am curious and interested (worred as well) after reading your post.

Please let me know..... cancer is running lots in our family.

I'll try to figure a way to relate what i read on my side about being helpful in epilepsy and post it without going against ethic of the forum.

Thank you in advance

 
Old 10-03-2007, 03:10 PM   #4
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Re: Has anyone been given Tiobec 400 mg in conjunction to ep. reg. meds?

One tip on posts, don't mention the search engine used by name (be it 1,2, or 3). That will be blocked out... I found that out the hard way. Even though now the one is normally accepted as a verb with online lingo, you still can't use that term.

I know I had trouble looking up a med a Dr recomended to me even on the FDA database; that shocked me. Thats usually a good place to start.

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Re: Has anyone been given Tiobec 400 mg in conjunction to ep. reg. meds?

Thanks for the tips. If I get it right your saying to look into the FDA database to read what you refered to about being 'a higher risk med, for cancer orientated. One study was with ovarian growths......'?

Going to do some surfing on this and get back to you about what i know of this product.

Thanks

 
Old 10-03-2007, 05:12 PM   #6
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Re: Has anyone been given Tiobec 400 mg in conjunction to ep. reg. meds?

You can start doing this search as typed : Doxil® in epilepsy FDA database

Wont give search engine names but you'll get there. The epilepsy issue is being discussed in the FDA database.

I will start reading these sites tomorrow. G'nite

 
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