Posted by SteveY (18.104.22.168) on October 09, 2001 at 12:13:34:
In Reply to: Well done Steve - but... posted by Margi on October 09, 2001 at 10:41:44:
I had a long meeting with Dr Manjit Matharu, he is Goadsby's research Registrar at Quuens Square. His knowledge of the aetology of CH is equal to that of the man himself.
Back to your question, are they aware of shroom treatment. Yes.
I asked him for his opinion(the unofficial one) He said that for the eposodics the results had been excellent, although he wasn't sure they had not hit the end of their cycle, a lot of patients had thanked him for their treatment at Queens Square, but they no longer needed it after shrooms.
He also keeps a database on patients who have tried it along with their results doseage etc. So for eposodics it looks like it works in switching off the faulty signal for a period of time.
The next move should be to treat chronics of whom he says the success rate is far less. That is why I have asked for both Flash and Pinky for an input on the way forward for chronics.
Once we have more accurate results, these can be collated, passed to research units like Queens Square and hopefully get pharmacy companies interested.
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