Sources of dasatinib

Hello everyone, 

We’ve received reports from Age Reversal Network members about lower-cost sources of dasatinib. This post is intended to aggregate this information into a single forum post for easy reference and sharing.

The two sources we’re excited about are:

1. MedLab: A pharmacy that will compound dasatinib specifically for your body weight. They offer a customized dasatinib two capsule dose for $225.  This represents a one-year supply for most people.

The physician may advise that you take the first dasatinib capsule week one along with the dose-adjusted amount of quercetin and the second dose-adjusted dasatinib capsule week two along with the dose-adjusted amount of quercetin. (Doses are based on your body weight.)

The chart below describes current dosing for senolytic purposes. This requires a prescription and the pharmacy can only ship to Florida addresses. You can contact the pharmacy at 954-400-0560 or email the pharmacist at rxemailbox@gmail.com.

2. International Antiaging Systems (IAS): By July 31st of this year, IAS plans to offer 12 x 40 mg tablets of dasatinib for $99. This represents an average one-year dose that can be individually dosed based on numbers of 40 mg dasatinib tablets you need for your body weight.

For instance, if you weigh 175 pounds, you might want to take 5 of these 40 mg dasatinib tablets to match current dosing suggestions of 2.5 mg of dasatinib per kilogram of body weight. When your weight does not match exactly with the 40 mg dose, members of our private association report taking the additional tablet (making the dose slightly high for your body weight) to achieve desired senolytic effects.

We’ve been told that these dasatinib tablets will be available after July 31, 2019 by logging on to antiaging.clinic (Use password = research, then click the green button saying that you accept the terms and conditions, "T&C", after you've reviewed them).

IAS has pledged to donate 15% of the purchase price from all orders placed on this site (antiaging.clinic) to support human age reversal research. IAS posted this information just a few days ago on the forum here.

While our private association does not have the resources to vouch for these various options, we are grateful that some of our members have independently evaluated (assayed them by an independent analytical lab) them for their personal use, and have then worked with their physician to ensure proper prescribing.

The PowerPoint slide below summarizes dasatinib and quercetin dosing most people are currently self-experimenting with.

 

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    • Andrew
    • Andrew_F
    • 3 yrs ago
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    Wanted to share something I learned.  I've been a patient of Dr. Green's since 2019.  I'm on the 3rd day of 100mg Dasatinib, 1425mg Quercetin, and 2000mg Fisetin w/ 500mg Azyithromycin.  I do this combo every 3 months.  The morning after taking Dasatinib - I usually have a headache / frontal lobe.  I've taken Tylenol with a little caffeine previously when it was too intense - and that helped but didn't feel right.  This morning I took 2 Serrapeptase (Arthur Andrew brand Serretia) also with a little caffeine - and the headache was gone within 30-45 minutes.  It made taking this 3rd dose that much easier.  Hope this helps someone out there.  YMMV.  

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    • Sally M Details in the senolytic section, can't miss it.

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      • Andrew
      • Andrew_F
      • 3 yrs ago
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      Fred Cloud The day after each dose I feel extremely lethargic.  Following a round and after at least one or two days recovery - I feel more clear / energized.  Overall - since starting work with Dr. Green in Sept 2019 - and after initially going into Ketosis in July 2019 - my wife and family will attest that I appear 10-15 years younger than my biological age.  Most people guess I'm late 30's to 40.  I'm also 33 pounds lighter - holding at 210 at 6'4", doing resistance exercise per the X3 Bar program.  

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      • Andrew
      • Andrew_F
      • 3 yrs ago
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      Sally M this was the protocol from Dr. Green's prescription to me - not from the website.  The next round I will take the Zpack 1 month apart from the D&Q + Fisetin as I had a slightly increased heart rate combining it.  It was my idea to combine - he had previously stated it might be too much to take all at once - and to separate the zpack.  

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      • Robert
      • Robert.1
      • 3 yrs ago
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    • sally
    • 3 yrs ago
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    Thanks Andrew.    So he suggested you continue with the D&G + Fisetin and Zpack separately by one month? Even tho on his site he seems to be just using D + Fisetin and that's it? 

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    • djmichel
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    • djmichel
    • 3 yrs ago
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    The way things are headed here in the US it won't be long before we adopt the European Health Model and restrictions.  

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      • Allen
      • Allen_Rosenberg
      • 3 yrs ago
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      djmichel Hope not. That would stifle innovation and access.

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  • Lost something here. New Alzheimer's drug will cost $56,000/year and may not work. Would break medicare, yet there is a procedure developed by Bredeson that does not cost anything and has been shown to work. 

    http://www.aging-us.com/article/NjJf3fWGKw4e99CyC/text.

    We pay ~ $12 k/year for insulin and Canadians pay ~$1,000 and I expect the same is true for Europeans.

    Lots of access if you have the $$$ and a corrupt medical Ass. 

    Give me a break!!!

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    • Peter H. Howe  re solutions (helps) for Alzheimers that work;  every low carb/keto/Metabolic conf we go to some MD/PHD phyc guy(s) are on stage saying how a true keto diet brings back many of their patients.  Even case studies of going back to work.  IE ketones (IMHO) very high:  >2.0.  If you eat low carb and test with the keto-mojo blood test meter you  may know how  hard it is to get >1.0  let alone >2.0.  BUT for an untreatable condition the prospect of something working as well as reported should offer hope.    I suspect to get >2.0  one needs to be extremely low carb and do weekly several day fasts and monthly long fasts.    

      Dr Mary Newport wrote a book(s) on ketones for Alzheimers are good reads which we've read.   Also:  Dr Bredson (?) and Perlmutter(?) are authors and read their books in the low carb for Alzheimers field.   True; no expensive drugs, just diet.

      Also;  if its good for Alzheimer's  why not a healthy brain?  Which is our view and attempted daily practice.  On good days our ketones are 1.0..  ;(   We wear CGMs off and on and use the ketomojo blood tester.

      Good luck to all, curt

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  • At the age of 65, I have two chronic conditions: diabetes type 2 for which I take 2 g of metformin each day, and chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) for which I take 100 mg of dasatinib each day. Both chronic conditions are very well controlled.

    The dasatinib, Sprycel costs the National Health Service (NHS) £30,000 a year at no expense to me. I previously took imatinib, an earlier generation drug, but that did not work as well as dasatinib. A week after starting dasatinib, I was violently ill and suffered from extreme vertigo but matters normalised with ongoing use. Certainly, it could be very dangerous to take a dosage of dasatinib of 200 mg or 300 mg as suggested in this thread.  

    Of course, I may get a supplemental dose of quercetin or fisetin via my normal diet whereas no one will get a dose of dasatinib via their diets. I have felt tempted enough to add 1 g of quercetin and 450 g of fisetin supplements to my diet. 

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    • Jay Orman
    • Jay_Orman
    • 3 mths ago
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    This is an old topic, but I have a question.  I've been doing the original D 100 mg/Q 1000 mg three days in a row every three months taken with coffee before breakfast for a couple of years.  However, I've read that it's okay to take it with or without food.  Dasatinib is okay with or without food and Quercetin is normally found in some foods.  So, with food makes sense and it could possibly be better absorbed that way.  I have not found a definitive answer when reading studies of this combination, though.  Is there a clear answer anywhere?

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