Here's a long, boring article on the subject:EDITORS NOTE:
Since the original publication of this article we have been inundated with responses from the public at all walks of life. It is important to note that research is ongoing with DCA, and not everyone is convinced it will turn out to be a miracle drug. There have been many therapies that were promising in vitro and in animal models that did not work for one reason or another in humans. To provide false hope is not our intention.
Yeah, that's the thing about conspiracy theories. I guess for some folks they'd rather believe that what they want is actually possible or out there somewhere and someone is keeping it from them than admit to the usual truth: it either doesn't work or isn't there at all!nine said:Now, that article isn't nearly as fun as hearing "Big Pharma is keeping the patentless miracle cure down!!!!!", is it? The outlandish "Evil Big Pharma" take on the situation really tickles the imagination. Haha. Damn fools and their conspiracy theories. It's really got out of hand. Everything's a conspiracy these days because people are either too stupid or too lazy to put some critical thought in on subjects.
ClintonHammond said:"the other thing about consipiracy theories is that"