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hope1

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  1. The older we get, the greater the probability of otter health issues arising which means each and every one of us owe it to ourselves to work together and motivate researchers to investigate this awful condition. Think you’ve got it all worked out? I did too until old age caught up with me and took away my coping mechanisms to deal with HPPD...
  2. What do you mean your nerves become inflamed like a sunburn? Did you have this problem before HPPD?
  3. MDMA was the precursor to my HPPD. Mushrooms finished me off.
  4. We are also poised to have HPPD listed as an orphan disease.
  5. Well, money I supppse. The team has board meetings every Wednesday. 11 states do not require registration and filing fees so we are going to cherry pick the state’s we think have the most funding opportunities and go from there. Filing fees range from $25 to $100 per state.
  6. We have had a stroke of good fortune in being awarded a grant from google in the form of adwords credit of $120,000 for the year. The problem is that although we are registered as w 501c3 with the IRS, most states require non profits to file with them individually which requires forms and filing fees. In order to create awareness of this disorder and promote the upcoming HPPD research, going to need some help.
  7. For the full version to be released, we need to raise money to pay the documentarian.
  8. Preclinical and clinical studies indicate that synthetic psychoactive substances, in addition to having abuse potential, may elicit toxic effects of varying severity at the peripheral and central levels. Nowadays, toxicity induced by synthetic psychoactive substances poses a serious harm for health, since recreational use of these substances is on the rise among young and adult people. The present review summarizes recent findings on the peripheral and central toxicity elicited by “old” and “new” synthetic psychoactive substances in humans and experimental animals, focusing on amphetamine derivatives, hallucinogen and dissociative drugs and synthetic cannabinoids. Keywords: cannabinoids; dissociatives; hallucinogens; ketamine; MDMA; methamphetamine; methoxetamine; neuroinflammation; neurotoxicity; NPS http://www.nrronline.org/article.asp?issn=1673-5374%3Byear%3D2020%3Bvolume%3D15%3Bissue%3D5%3Bspage%3D802%3Bepage%3D816%3Baulast%3DCosta
  9. Preclinical and clinical studies indicate that synthetic psychoactive substances, in addition to having abuse potential, may elicit toxic effects of varying severity at the peripheral and central levels. Nowadays, toxicity induced by synthetic psychoactive substances poses a serious harm for health, since recreational use of these substances is on the rise among young and adult people. The present review summarizes recent findings on the peripheral and central toxicity elicited by “old” and “new” synthetic psychoactive substances in humans and experimental animals, focusing on amphetamine derivatives, hallucinogen and dissociative drugs and synthetic cannabinoids. Keywords: cannabinoids; dissociatives; hallucinogens; ketamine; MDMA; methamphetamine; methoxetamine; neuroinflammation; neurotoxicity; NPS http://www.nrronline.org/article.asp?issn=1673-5374%3Byear%3D2020%3Bvolume%3D15%3Bissue%3D5%3Bspage%3D802%3Bepage%3D816%3Baulast%3DCosta
  10. https://oirm.ca/news_events/how-an-old-drug-is-coaxing-new-life-into-damaged-brains/
  11. We need help editing the rest of the footage
  12. Oh Jesus, guess who’s back. Back again. Lucid’s back Tell a friend Guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back ta da da duh da da...
  13. I’ve got footage from the other documentary which needs editing. Anyone interested, please PM me. The six minutes that was assembled is great but there’s so much more film, enough to make a full length feature.
  14. Well, it can get better but that’s not always the case. Just hang on, see how it goes.
  15. Give yourself time. It gets better after a few years.
  16. As @Simon Sussex is the individual behind the study, I guess we’ll just have to hold to hope that he’ll reply soon.
  17. As a 20 year survivor, it has its ups and downs and as you get older (if you grow older) you’ll run into other health issues that come with age that tax your coping mechanisms for HPPD...
  18. I just need some help with WordPress; nothing fancy. latest update; Dr. McConnell did a presentation on HPPD this past Monday. Will upload the video to the website as soon as it’s available. Hoping he got other researchers interested to investigate this awful condition.
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