Important: Compounded Dasatinib/NAD/Rapamycin available

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You need to get a prescription from your physician (hint, see if you can find a practitioner in this area who does telemedicine) 

Shipping available to the following states

  • Florida
  • Arizona
  • Massachusetts
  • New York 
  • Pennsylvania
  • Illinois (new!)
  • New Jersey (new!)
  • Other states being worked on

If you are from another state PM me


MedLab supplies NAD, Rapamycin, Dasatinib, etc so can fulfill all your prescriptions. 


Individually dosed dasatinib-quercetin capsules for only $225. This represents a one-year supply for most people. This can be only shipped to Florida addresses at this time, and you need a prescription. 


Dr. Alan C. Zimmer, PharmD, RPh.

"Worlds Original Anti-Aging Pharmacist"

MedLab Pharmacy, Inc.

Street Address:
7300 West McNab Road, Ste 112
Tamarac, FL 33321

Telephone / Fax / Email:

Toll-Free: 800-556-1462

Local: 954-400-0560

Cell: 561-558-7386

Fax: 954-606-5260


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    Question: does MedLab Pharmacy have any recognized certifications for compounding, such as the Joint Commission, the harmacy Compounding Accreditation Board, or HFAP? Also: what is the anticipated cost of 9 x 80 mg (or if the cost would be lower, a similar but more usual dose)?


    Dr Zimmer: We only do low volume non-sterile compounding permitted by the Florida Board of Pharmacy. Joint Commission and PCAB are more for sterile labs doing much bigger volumes. Joint Commission would be more for those servicing hospitals, nursing homes, ALF's, etc. PCAB is more for outsourcing facilities with lots of FDA regulations.

    Costs: No idea of costs yet until we have a headcount, please PM me if you wish to join. 

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  • Hello everyone, 

    Regarding the post about Medlab pharmacy above, unfortunately, pharmacist Dr. Alan Zimmer died in December of diabetic complications. 

    It is unclear whether his office will continue providing pharmacy services. 

    Please post here if you have any updates about Dr. Zimmer or the Medlab pharmacy. 

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