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Originally Posted by Mulletsoldier
Fortunately for the consumer, this Penn State Study is the first step in a thorough legitimization process that USPlabs is embarking on with PRIME; it (the Penn State study) will be accompanied by an objective trial of sorts (The Staley Report), where trainees were selected away from mainstream boards (and the associated biases ? positive or negative) and thoroughly recorded their progress under Charles Staley; it will also be accompanied by the release of the Beta Tester's blood abstracts which, along with this particular study, will display no cyto-toxicity and no suppression of endogenous hormones.
To clarify and be polite, I will state again: an adjunct Indigo Biosciences trial illuminated that PRIME has no possibility for AR-binding and accompanying intrinsic action - i.e., the possibility for androgenic activity is nil. At the time I wrote that statement, the adjunct trial was not released; afterwards, it certainly was.
Now, when faced with the opportunity of alienating the wishes of our beta testers and providing an incomplete data set, or merely releasing the AR-trial, the choice was rather obvious. Hopefully, you can see that and agree.
No matter what I say at this point, or how courteously and professionally I respond to your antagonistic baiting, you will continue to illuminate the thinly-stretched logic of your arguments; no doubt in an attempt to, in your mind, illuminate your perception of my - and by extension USPlabs' - dishonesty. However, given the completely hollow nature of your demands and your lack of desire to reach a constructive end, you will not receive that satisfaction from me.
I have clearly and politely articulated my point. That is all.
Thank you for clearing up the matter Mulletsoldier I now understand the blood abstracts situation, and best of luck elucidating the MoA of Prime!
I don't suppose anything has been posted yet, eh?
first page has posted study...