Rapamycin doctors in San Diego?

Don't want to drive to LA or Las Vegas, or fly to New York.

But is there one in San Diego?

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  • The physician directory lists 3.

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      • Jim N
      • Jim_N
      • 4 mths ago
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      Karl I emailed all of them a month ago but no response.

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      • Randy B
      • Randall_Bagrowski
      • 4 mths ago
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      Jim N  Try again. With the Covid stuff going on their staff was probably cut or home teleworking. They all might be back to  "business as usual" again

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      • Jim N
      • Jim_N
      • 4 mths ago
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      Randy B So I emailed all of the doctors in SoCal them again and only one responded back.  However, he requires some sort of private membership in order to prescribe rapamycin, which is a lot of money.  Any ideas where I can get a prescription?  Do I have to go out of state?

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      • Randy B
      • Randall_Bagrowski
      • 4 mths ago
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      Jim N I know you don't want to travel ..but.. Dr Green in NY only requires your first visit to be in person. Follow-ups can be done via a phone-con.His office is not actually in the middle of big old ugly New York City, it's more on the outskirts

      Other options are antiagingsystems or biogenesis antiaging but they have been out of stock for quite a few months.  Also AllDayChemist usually has it... but out of stock too

      Someone posted on here a link to an Alibaba source too. I bought 5g of Dasatinib for 150.00. Have not used it but thinking of spending the money for a COA. If it comes out good, then maybe I'll buy more and some Rapamycin. I have a prescription for both but I always like to have extra supplies on hand... just like toilet paper

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  • Easy to find lots of vendors on Indiamart.com

    Then when you get the product, have it tested at valisure.com for purity and quality. This is my approach.

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      • Jim N
      • Jim_N
      • 3 mths ago
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      Brin Chikovski Is it legal and safe to import rapamycin into the US?  Thanks in advanced.

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    • Jim N Jim - and you need to search for "sirolimus" (the generic name for rapamycin) on the internet pharmacies and on indiamart.com

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      • Jim N
      • Jim_N
      • 3 mths ago
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      Brin Chikovski ok, just trying to figure out if I will go to jail or get fined.  I don’t have a prescription yet.  Thanks for the info.

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    • Jim N There is no risk of jail for people importing medicines for their own use. Worst case is that in rare situations the post office might confiscate the medicines (I'd estimate this happens in 1 out of 1,000 cases - but hard to quantify. No need for a prescription with most of the vendors on Indiamart.com - you just order and they send.

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      • Jim N
      • Jim_N
      • 2 mths ago
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      Brin Chikovski It took a while but I finally got the meds from indiamart.  Thanks again.

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    • Jim N dr Garcia in Vegas is only 4 1/2 hrs away. My favorite Dr. specializes in regenerative medicine and writes my prescription for rapamyosin  peptides, and metformin. Very knowledgeable!

      (702) 838-0571

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  • Brin, Before I jump through all the hoops to register with Valisure, how much does it cost and what size sample do they need? I have some Dasatinib from China that I'm thinking of having analyzed.

    thanks... Randy

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    • Randy B i think the pricing is on their website. They have u think three different tests they can do. I think it was about $100 per test. I had tablets sent... 1 mg tablets of rapamycin. I think I sent three tablets of each brand medication i was testing.

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      • Randy B
      • Randall_Bagrowski
      • 3 mths ago
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      Brin Chikovski .. thanks, I'll look in to it!

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    • Dorian Gray Any idea on costs?  It seems that Valisure has eliminated some of its tests that it provided last year.  It used to charge about $100/test for HPLC quality/purity analysis, and similar for impurities and disolution.  Now all I see on their site is a $45 test for common impurities/contaminants.

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    • Brin Chikovski Sorry, I'm not sure what they are charging now.  But I wouldn't be satisfied with such basic test either.  I listed some of the other labs I was researching but then didn't purchase product I was going to have tested so I'm not familiar with their offerings either. 

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