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  pharmacy2u.co.uk
Posted by: quickfix - 11-09-2018, 01:32 PM - Forum: UK & Rest Of The Europe Reviews & Feedback - No Replies

Great UK based Online Pharmacy
Verified and registered and operating lawfully.

Have used it plenty of times for my repeat prescription when I was to agoraphobic to go to my GP.
They have one thing that may be of interest to some which can be a lifesaver (propranolol) among others.

Just search conditions, pretty easy online consultation, totally LegalSmile

hxxps://www.pharmacy2u(dot)co(dot)uk/

PM if you require more info.

Thanks,
 Heart QF

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  Greetings!
Posted by: LoKo44 - 11-09-2018, 03:28 AM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (12)

Hello Forum!

Thank you for letting me join again. I’m not “new” just new again. Long story. Anyway, I’m glad you’re still here as you were so much help before. So a sincere hello to you all and I’m so glad to be back! Wink

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  Propanalol for anxiety??
Posted by: honstym - 11-08-2018, 03:37 PM - Forum: Anxiety Depression & Stress - Replies (10)

Does any body have any experience with this?

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Exclamation (Norway) Oct 2018 Death linked to fake Xan
Posted by: quickfix - 11-07-2018, 01:37 PM - Forum: World News - Replies (11)

A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
Death linked to fake Xanax containing cyclopropylfentanyl in Norway Oct 2018

Article-
 
hxxps://academic.oup(DOT)com/jat/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/jat/bky080/5122736?redirectedFrom=fulltext

very dangerous times
Sad  QF

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  Too late for most voters to see
Posted by: Audrey Hepburn - 11-06-2018, 10:42 PM - Forum: Political Discussion - No Replies

Too late for most voters to see

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  Some nimrod claiming2 sell us to us on our place
Posted by: Charon - 11-06-2018, 10:16 PM - Forum: Blacklist - Replies (4)

Sam Wilson<samwilson.pharma@gmail.com

This moron is cold emailing members and claiming u r his clients. Happy halloween. And he has sales.

And can wrangle u whom fall for him, up with a Letter of Interdiction or worse. Law Enforcement is determined to never allow the death toll to rise over holidays again.

This is not the time to use an unknown, untrusted vendor. US to US which oh no! our gvt is not after due to the f e n t they are bringing in.

I shall delete the menu u put up FWD as too many look at blacklist as a place to order. And come back weeping later.

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  Contacted by an unknown email vendor today
Posted by: F.W.D - 11-06-2018, 07:51 AM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (12)

Offering a 20% Halloween discount and delivery within 3 to 5 days. Sounded shaky. Not sure if I should post his name and email here or not, please advise.

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  Howdy ... Again
Posted by: fundiefighter - 11-04-2018, 09:49 PM - Forum: Welcome - Replies (8)

The welcome thread I posted when I first registered seems to have disappeared. My account somehow got deleted a little while back, and when it was restored my posts were gone.

Anyway, I was just asked to post a welcome thread, so howdy again.  Smile

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  Currently in Med School I would love to Help out with Questions!
Posted by: Texaswill - 11-04-2018, 09:33 PM - Forum: IOP General Discussion - Replies (22)

Hey Yall 

I'm currently doing my Residency at one of the largest University Hospitals in Texas 
I have a few years left before I'm a graduate Med School & can spread my Wings as A . MD

If you have any questions medical wise     Please feel free to ask  I would love to try to help as best as I Can 

I'm 99% always working but I do make time to hop online    So please feel free to ask me anything. 

Thanks & God Bless

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  In the Midst of Crisis, FDA Approves
Posted by: Linville - 11-04-2018, 05:17 PM - Forum: World News - Replies (7)

In the Midst of Crisis, FDA Approves Opioid Drug 10X Stronger than Fentanyl Funded by DoD


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The FDA has approved the rollout of a new opioid drug up to 1000 times stronger than morphine, despite the opioid crisis that is currently killing more Americans than any other cause of accidental death.

The agency sided with its Anesthetic and Analgesic Advisory Panel, which voted 10-3 to approve Dsuvia, a sublingual tablet form of sufentanil, against the recommendation of its chairman.

 At 5-10 times the strength of fentanyl, sufentanil is 500-1000 times stronger than morphine, and will supposedly only be administered to treat acute pain in medically-supervised settings.

Fentanyl, too, is available only by prescription, yet a significant quantity is manufactured in illegal labs or diverted to the street, where it regularly kills opioid addicts who aren’t even aware they are taking it.


Dsuvia is fulfilling an “unmet need,” says Dr Pamela Palmer, chief medical officer of AcelRx, which makes the drug. 

Because the drug dissolves under patients’ tongues, it provides quick relief without the use of an injection. 
Still, because it must be delivered in a medical setting and doctors and nurses are trained to give injections, there are relatively few situations in which it offers an advantage that outweighs the risk of unleashing a powerful new narcotic onto an already drug-saturated populace.

The Department of Defense had a hand in funding the research that produced Dsuvia, which could replace morphine on the battlefield due to its ease of administration. 


AcelRx projects $1.1 billion in annual sales and hopes to have its product on hospital shelves by early 2019.

Palmer claims the drug will be subjected to much stricter audits and monitoring than earlier opioids like Oxycontin, which became so ubiquitous in rural America after it was introduced by Purdue Pharmaceuticals that it earned the nickname “hillbilly heroin.” Drug manufacturers flooded small towns with millions of pills, filling huge pharmacy orders out of proportion to the population of the surrounding areas.


With 200 million prescriptions already written for opioids every year in the US, many argue Americans don’t need another drug. Dr. Sidney Wolfe, senior adviser to Public Citizen’s Health Research Group, dismisses Palmer’s claims about the fast action of Dsuvia: two studies indicated patients only felt “meaningful” pain relief after 54 minutes and 78 minutes, making the new drug no better than swallowing a pill.


Over 72,000 Americans died of drug overdoses last year – a new record – and among the drugs causing overdose, the largest increase was in fentanyl and fentanyl-like synthetics.



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