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    worn1 posted:
    Anyone using DM-1992? If so how is it working for you? Dr Stacy have you prescribed this drug and what are your thoughts? It is suppose to stay in the somach for 8 hours. does this mean f ewer pills and better management of movement.
    There are none so blind as those that will not see
    Mark A Stacy, MD responded:
    Hi, worn1
    DM-1922 is a drug being studied by a California company, Depomed. There are no publications listed in the company website, and the registry provides no data, other than the study title. There appears to have been 2 studies completed. A phase 1 trial in Russia showed promise, and lead to a Phase 2 safety trial in the US with 37 participants. The results are encouraging, but we will have to see if fewer daily doses can be achieved.
    worn1 replied to Mark A Stacy, MD's response:
    Thank you Dr Stacy
    There are none so blind as those that will not see

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