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    • I’ll admit I was quick to speak and it was n an effort to explain the downvote for future readers.  Of course I’m pretty ignorant of said product and naturopathy—that’s why I’m here.  Not much research needs to be done on said theoretical treatment however—just enough to determine you come off across as a snake oil salesman pushing a product.    
    • Not necessarily. Phase 4 studies can be expensive, time consuming, etc. In order to get new target labeling requires, at minimum, the equivilence of a phase 3 trial.  It's also perfectly legal for you to prescribe a drug off-label if it is within your scope of practice to treat said condition. However, it is illegal for anyone to promote a drug for an off-label purpose. Just look at neurontin. Nobody uses it for seizures anymore and it's not FDA approved for neuropathy. That being said, never "fudge" forms. 
    • It actually didn’t escalate quickly. The original post is 3 years old. Let this thread Rest In Peace. Begone necromancers! naturopathy = quackery homeopathy = criminal malpractice prevmed and nutrition is apart of any good clinicians education and treatment. Thats all there is to say.  
    • Yes, you have a chance. Stay encouraged. Advice that annoyed me every time I heard but was so true, "Cast a wide net". It may take more than one try but it will be worth it once you get that acceptance.
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