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Clarithromycin Medical Research

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  • David Scher
    Hello Group, Very recently there has been a lot of guessing games going on with clarithromycin. This macrolide has amazing potentials for rosaceans and we
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 1 12:07 AM
      Hello Group,

      Very recently there has been a lot of guessing games going on with clarithromycin. This macrolide has amazing potentials for rosaceans and we should NOT listen to outside sources. It is important to note that Rosacea Specialist Dr. Geoffrey Nase has important clinical studies that clarithromycin actually helps prevent heart palpitations, heart attacks and strokes -- not the opposite. He also emphasizes the countless studies that have been done showing the strong anti-angiogenic actions of clarithromycin during wound healing, trauma and
      laser irridation of the skin.

      Please.... Don't discount this wonderful medication without doing the proper medical research.

      Here is the link to the ESFB boards where Geoffrey stated some of the great research done on clarithromycin.

      http://www.esfbchannel.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?board=Rosacea&action=display&num=1120200116

      Thanks for listening guys,

      David



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    • itchylids
      What is an outside source ? I appreciate your giving us that link, David, as I found it reassuring since I took Biaxin for months. However, how many times
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 1 9:45 AM
        What is an "outside source"? I appreciate your giving us that link,
        David, as I found it
        reassuring since I took Biaxin for months. However, how many times
        have we learned that
        today's medical research finding of "safe" becomes tomorrow's medical
        research finding of
        "dangerous"? I am sure that a lot of men who have been happily using
        Viagra are now
        scared to death of going blind!

        I often learn as much from one person's experience as from a study of
        1000 people. For
        example, in a drug study, every single "adverse reaction" must be
        reported whether it has
        anything to do with the drug or not. If a study subject happens to
        get a cold while on a
        new antibiotic, her respiratory symptoms will be reported as a side
        effect of the drug. So I
        like to hear from ALL "outside sources" AND the individual people on
        this board (you
        included!), and then I mull it all over in my mind and come to a
        decision, right or wrong.
        As I learn new things, my treatment decisions may change. There is
        risk in everything, so
        we just have to minimize it best we can.

        --- In rosacea-support@yahoogroups.com, "David Scher" <david@s...>
        wrote:
        > Hello Group,
        >
        > Very recently there has been a lot of guessing games going on with
        clarithromycin. This
        macrolide has amazing potentials for rosaceans and we should NOT
        listen to outside
        sources. It is important to note that Rosacea Specialist Dr. Geoffrey
        Nase has important
        clinical studies that clarithromycin actually helps prevent heart
        palpitations, heart attacks
        and strokes -- not the opposite. He also emphasizes the countless
        studies that have been
        done showing the strong anti-angiogenic actions of clarithromycin
        during wound healing,
        trauma and
        > laser irridation of the skin.
        >
        > Please.... Don't discount this wonderful medication without doing
        the proper medical
        research.
        >
        > Here is the link to the ESFB boards where Geoffrey stated some of
        the great research
        done on clarithromycin.
        >
        > http://www.esfbchannel.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?
        board=Rosacea&action=display&num=1120200116
        >
        > Thanks for listening guys,
        >
        > David
        >
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      • testarossapersempre
        Now this med is used quite extensively and should have been studied to death - so in this case I think you should read what s on the box and forget all about
        Message 3 of 3 , Jul 1 3:15 PM
          Now this med is used quite extensively and should have been studied
          to death - so in this case I think you should read what's on the box
          and forget all about what has been said lately,

          Just my advice

          PS:
          Some extensively used meds like contraceptives, that's anothwer
          story - hopefully there is something into all the myths so we
          eventually could get some peace and quiet haha...



          --- In rosacea-support@yahoogroups.com, "itchylids" <sf1946@h...>
          wrote:
          > What is an "outside source"? I appreciate your giving us that link,
          > David, as I found it
          > reassuring since I took Biaxin for months. However, how many times
          > have we learned that
          > today's medical research finding of "safe" becomes tomorrow's
          medical
          > research finding of
          > "dangerous"? I am sure that a lot of men who have been happily using
          > Viagra are now
          > scared to death of going blind!
          >
          > I often learn as much from one person's experience as from a study
          of
          > 1000 people. For
          > example, in a drug study, every single "adverse reaction" must be
          > reported whether it has
          > anything to do with the drug or not. If a study subject happens to
          > get a cold while on a
          > new antibiotic, her respiratory symptoms will be reported as a side
          > effect of the drug. So I
          > like to hear from ALL "outside sources" AND the individual people
          on
          > this board (you
          > included!), and then I mull it all over in my mind and come to a
          > decision, right or wrong.
          > As I learn new things, my treatment decisions may change. There is
          > risk in everything, so
          > we just have to minimize it best we can.
          >
          > --- In rosacea-support@yahoogroups.com, "David Scher" <david@s...>
          > wrote:
          > > Hello Group,
          > >
          > > Very recently there has been a lot of guessing games going on with
          > clarithromycin. This
          > macrolide has amazing potentials for rosaceans and we should NOT
          > listen to outside
          > sources. It is important to note that Rosacea Specialist Dr.
          Geoffrey
          > Nase has important
          > clinical studies that clarithromycin actually helps prevent heart
          > palpitations, heart attacks
          > and strokes -- not the opposite. He also emphasizes the countless
          > studies that have been
          > done showing the strong anti-angiogenic actions of clarithromycin
          > during wound healing,
          > trauma and
          > > laser irridation of the skin.
          > >
          > > Please.... Don't discount this wonderful medication without doing
          > the proper medical
          > research.
          > >
          > > Here is the link to the ESFB boards where Geoffrey stated some of
          > the great research
          > done on clarithromycin.
          > >
          > > http://www.esfbchannel.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?
          > board=Rosacea&action=display&num=1120200116
          > >
          > > Thanks for listening guys,
          > >
          > > David
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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