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posted by TaKeeLa, 01.08.2012, 08:53

Thanks Takeela, I do wonder if one of the researchers hasn't already tried
it like in the case below......

You'll need an Australian proxy to watch but this video but it catches a
rare candid moment where the researcher is discussing her experimental
hangover treatment in rats and future human trials.

Interviewer "Have you tried it in humans"
Professor "not yet, I'm going to"

Interviewer "And have you tried it yourself"
Professor "Oh yes, and I'm totally fine so everyday, today, you see I'm
fine, actually last day I drink"

Journalist finishes story with these comments...
"Now there's a lot more work to be done before this work can be translated
into treatment including whether it works in humans and whether or not it's
safe, until then the best way to avoid a hangover is still to just not
drink too much"

I'm assuming they probably haven't.

1. it's an expensive peptide and it some went missing it would probably be their job
2. It's a experimental compound that effects major hormones in the body and if not done cautiously, could cause serious injury.

I just wish some company or non-profit organization would help/partner with Sentia to get the human trials started so we could know if this worked or not. To be honest, I'm really surprised a company hasn't picked this up. If it worked like it did in mice there is no telling how much money that company would make. They'd be the next Apple that's for sure.

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