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  1. Would you like to be productive and contribute to how to obtain the treating protein in OP? If it's all so obvious.
  2. Very good to hear. However as for injections into the prostate- if I'm not mistaken, there can still be some risk of damage, partially due to how it's not an extremely common procedure and often done outside of insurance policies.
  3. Following any kind of prostate surgery, nerves responsible for erection are commonly damaged. Sonic Hedgehog protein (what a name) can supposedly speed up the regeneration of these nerves, but it apparently has to be delivered through a nanofiber hydrogel. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5578182/ This is something which I've never heard of being commonly prescribed... would have no idea about how to apply to get this treatment.
  4. There's a lot of literature about dendrimers being used on chronic bacterial infections, which are needed because of resistance to antibiotics without the extra nanomedicine. I've just never heard of any patient being prescribed a dendrimer for antibacterial reasons. Only for chemotherapy like you said. There must have been some people prescribed it for bacteria though? Especially since all this research exists.
  5. SPI009's chemical name is 1-((2,4-Dichlorophenethyl)Amino)-3-Phenoxypropan-2-ol. What kind of treatment would use this (oral ingestion? intravenous therapy?), and how might someone get this on the market? Here is some literature https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5809444/
  6. I can visualize what it looks like to take oral or intravenous antibiotics... but still don't know what using a dendrimer actually involves. Is it a substance added to an injection? I have no idea. Asking because there's literature about putting antibiotics in dendrimers as a way to cure drug-resistant infections. The question is what does using a dendrimer actually involve, AND how do patients even get access to dendrimers?
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