Sources for inexpensive prescription Rapamycin

My understanding is that in the U.S. Rapamycin is expensive with prescription, but it can be purchased overseas for much cheaper. Recommendations for pharmacies (compounding or otherwise) that have websites where it can be purchased if you have a prescription? Canada would be ideal. 

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  • Look to the website 'goodrx' to get a coupon redeemable at most us pharmacies where prescription rapamycin is about only $160 for 30 1 Mg Sirolumis pills.

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    • are we there yet   Where did you receive an rx from for Sirolumis/ Thanks.

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    • sandi thompson ....I use a local dermatology doctor in houston that is forward thinking and familiar with Alan’s greed website.

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    • are we there yet are we there yet Thank you for your kind reply.  HOw did you go about finding the "forward thinking" dermatoligistin this sea of looking.  Thank you

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    • sandi thompson 

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  • Go to Pharmacychecker.com They have a number of certifications and checks in place, so you are more likely to find a reputable overseas pharmacy using them. However, be aware that "Canadian" pharmacies (or pharmacies with "Canada" in their name are not all Canadian. And many that are located in Canada source their materials from other countries.

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    • Louise B Andrew .... interesting link for foreign pricing of Sirolimus, but only a slight saving from GoodRx US based prescription pharmacy. I’ll stay US.

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    • Louise B Andrew Rapamycin not listed on there/

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    • Louise B Andrew Thank you for your kind reply.  I'm familiar with the pharmchecker, and will utilize it once I can find a local dr that will ok me for this rx. I'm not sure it's good to just give it a go without some blood tests from a like minded dr. 

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      • Van
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      Van 

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  • I have used this company for 2 years, with multiple shipments.. Bicon brand Sirolimus excellent.. $1.75 mg when buying 200 or more. Have other drugs also, Metformin, etc.

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    • Van Thank you!

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  • www.antiaging.clinic has 12x 5mg tablets (Rapa-Pro) for $89.99 and donates 15% to research. Entry code is 'Research'

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      IAS Phil 

      They are asking for a referral code. How can I get one?

      Thanks

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      HB hello- the one associated with this group is: research 

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      IAS Phil 

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    • IAS Phil www.antiaging.clinic states that you have to order 6 units at once.   6 x89?

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      sandi thompson Not at all! You may order one box if you like. The maximum order is six units at a time, it is done to comply with the FDA personal importation limits. No one understands these procedures better than IAS because no one has been doing it longer than us (27 years now).

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    • IAS Phil Thank you anda good company to utilize.

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  • self experimenting sirolimus note from me. sirolimus reduced arthritus, and improved heart circulation, but at 4 mg dose I got a severe chest rash or hives 2 days after a dose. It fully cleared up after 14 days on a steroid. I will restart soon on a lower dose and be vigilant.

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    • are we there yet My rash occurred on both feet in October /18. Has not fully disappeared as of today. I have stopped and started 4mg week Sirolimus twice in that time with no effect on the rash. Onward trough the fog.

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    • Patient 139 ..........through the fog.

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  • In reply "to are we there yet", I have been taking 6 mg rapa  once weekly for 2 years with zero side effects.  I am 72 yo, and feel that it is a waste of money to take rapa before the age of 60.  Tor signal still quite low before that age.  A good read is 

    https://rapamycintherapy.com/

    On another topic:  Has anyone ordered rapa from the antiageing clinic above.  If so, how is the service and who is manufacture of rapa.

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