ataylor at superior.carleton.ca (alex taylor) wrote:
>In article <3ufasv$79g at usenet.srv.cis.pitt.edu>,
>John T. Robicheau <Robicheau at DrugInfoNet.Pharm-Epid.Pitt.Edu> wrote:
> Actually, I did some checking and both BST and IGF1 are in fact
>orally active. Casein was found to exert a protective effect. The point of
>dispute seems to be over the level of the hormones in the final product
>and if there are concerns that these hormones are carcinogenic.
and we know what side you are on.
>to me that there are concerns and that a *responsible* scientist would not
>be so swift to dismiss them.
levels of IGF1 are not dangerous. I did the same reading.
> Forgive me for being suspicious but you do
>after all work for a pharmaceutical corporation
Yes you are suspicious aren't you?
No, I don't work for a drug company. As you can see my
email address ends in pitt.edu (University of Pittsburgh)
> -- an industry that has a
>very poor track record when it comes to public safety. Montsanto in
But Monsanto isn't a drug company.
Maybe if you were to identify precisely what your
>relationship with Montsanto or Eli-Lilly is?
maybe you could enlighten us to where you were when JFK was shot?
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John <Robicheau at DrugInfoNet.Pharm-Epid.Pitt.Edu>