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Tofacitinib Citrate used to treat baldness

When do you think Tofacitinib Citrate will be made available to all that suffer from hair loss? Can this be found over the counter anywhere? ## Hi Dave, just like you I wonder why no info is posted on a possible release of a cream containing this one and only compound Tofacitinib. One would assume that with the recent result of this citrate many would strigger a whole bunch of little pharmacy companies to offer a kind of trial with various concentrates. I looked at suppliers of the raw material and found a few ifrom which most are Chiees. The prices vary and are not so expensive. Most recently I contacted a demartologist and offered myself as a guinee pig and financing all theprocess to create a cream in order to see the result on a part of my AAT body. He will give me his answer in the...

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Tofacitinib for Colitis ulcerosa

In the nearby future i can participate for a testcase in Belgium taking tofacitinib for CA. I only have to be stabil with 16mg medrol (corticoïds) to participate and that's just the problem. I hope I don't get a placebo wich is possible during the study. I hope I can help, not only myself but many others who has the same (agressive) desease. Is there nothing else wich can help my upcoming CA? I take colitofalk and cortisones, Imuran is not possible anymore after a high value of bloodinfection last year. Remikade has helped during a year but as shown in recent results a high amount of this medicinal product in my blood doesn't help me anymore.

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Testcase tofacitinib for Colitis ulcerosa

In the nearby future i can participate for a testcase in Belgium taking tofacitinib for CA. I only have to be stabil with 16mg medrol (corticoïds) to participate and that's just the problem. I hope I don't get a placebo wich is possible during the study. I hope I can help, not only myself but many others who has the same (agressive) desease. Is there nothing else wich can help my upcoming CA? I take colitofalk and cortisones, Imuran is not possible anymore after a high value of bloodinfection last year. Remikade has helped during a year but as shown in recent results a high amount of this medicinal product in my blood doesn't help me anymore.

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