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    I wonder if anyone knows what is going on down there with a new drug RCP006 from Rock Creek pharmaceuticals???

    http://www.rfdn.org/inflammaging.html

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    http://www.rfdn.org/news.html
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Felps View Post
      I wonder if anyone knows what is going on down there with a new drug RCP006 from Rock Creek pharmaceuticals???

      http://www.rfdn.org/inflammaging.html
      I was treated in this clinuc for Alzheimer, but I don't remembre anything .... LOL .......

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      • #4
        Not Funny

        Originally posted by beuty View Post
        I was treated in this clinuc for Alzheimer, but I don't remembre anything .... LOL .......

        More than not funny. Actually, your statement is offensive. Alzheimers and the devstation that it brings to families is as humorous as a Spinal Cord Injury.

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        • #5
          Joke fail...?
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          • #6
            I think that's too sensitive. It actually made me laugh...
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            • #7
              probably will not make anyone laugh that has dealt with a loved one that has had Alzheimer's...Humor is so often at someone else's expense

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              • #8
                Originally posted by djrolling View Post
                probably will not make anyone laugh that has dealt with a loved one that has had Alzheimer's...Humor is so often at someone else's expense
                That's still too sensitive. I do have a relative with Alzheimer. But what, now we can't make fun of anything? I don't see the problem, unless you can see hurting intention, which i don't think it was the case at all. I laugh about myself too, and nothing gets broken...
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                • #9
                  My sister was dating a guy with a wooden leg, but she broke it off.

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                  • #10
                    I dont care about the jokes

                    Usually a person who jokes in reply usually gets to know the person first. I was looking for an intelligent response though. Thats why I hardly show up. My posts just is not directed to alzhiemer desease.

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                    • #11
                      My mother had Alzheimer from she was 58 until she died two years ago at age 84, I promise all of you at was not a joke and I am much more scared of getting Alzheimer than anything else. I prefer a cure for Alzheimer in front of a cure for SCI, I prefer cancer instead of living all those years with Alzheimer.

                      She know at least for 20 years what was wrong with her and it was a nightmare for her, for my father and for me and the children. In the beginning it was not so bad but after a while it was terrible. She was spending three years in a nursing home when my father died, I couldn't take care of her and my small one was afraid of her and of course I had bac concidence for her at the nursing home even if I did visit her nearly every week. She did walk around, she couldn't speak, she didn't recognize anybody the last years. Her body was working ok until the last month but her mind was empty and her life was really not worth living. Her teeth was rottening out of her mouth, I did not know before she was dead, I can't imagine her pain and her fear the last 10 years.
                      TH 12, 43 years post

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by 0xSquidy View Post
                        That's still too sensitive. I do have a relative with Alzheimer. But what, now we can't make fun of anything? I don't see the problem, unless you can see hurting intention, which i don't think it was the case at all. I laugh about myself too, and nothing gets broken...
                        We both have different opinions you are free to have yours and me mine. Was not trying to change anyones opinion...Just pointing out it is at someones expense and so maybe in your opinion people are too sensitive, That being said if you choose that route you do so knowing that your "Joke" is at another's expense and you are most likely going to offend them. There is plenty to make fun of that would not include someone else's hardship ...Like you said you do that about yourself and as long as you are "paying the bills" so to speak...fire away. By the way if you get Alzheimer's you will not be able to make the jokes you may choose to make now.

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