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Dichloroacetate (DCA)


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What do think about using DCA in combination with wounding? This is anti-cancer drug recently discovered in Canada. It has no side effects.


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» What do think about using DCA in combination with wounding? This is
» anti-cancer drug recently discovered in Canada. It has no side effects.

Dichloroacetate does nothing to inhibit epidermal growth factor. :no:

The “process” looks like this:

Wound–and possibly suppress the immunological response

Wait until skin-re-epilthialization–and be on a EGF-antagonist for x-amount of days (probably about 5) thereafter.

That is the patent in its most bare-bones form. Being on anti-androgens and potassium channel openers in experiments increased the size and numbers of hairs form.

Only cancer drugs that inhibit epidermal growth factor were mentioned in the patent.

The most straightforward way to test the patent “at home” would be to depilate, wait three days and wound—and immediately get on cyclosporin and dutasteride. Wait about five more days and get on getfitnib for about five to seven more days. Dont wash the abraded area or even wet it during this time. If that didn’t work, its very likely that nothing we can try at home is going to have much/any success. Its debateable whether the wounds need to be kept smaller than 2cm in circumference because that has been what was tested on mice thusfar.