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    Roskamp Institute has a cure to Alzheimer

    I wonder if anyone knows what is going on down there with a new drug RCP006 from Rock Creek pharmaceuticals???

    http://www.rfdn.org/inflammaging.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felps View Post
    I wonder if anyone knows what is going on down there with a new drug RCP006 from Rock Creek pharmaceuticals???

    http://www.rfdn.org/inflammaging.html
    I was treated in this clinuc for Alzheimer, but I don't remembre anything .... LOL .......

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    Not Funny

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    I was treated in this clinuc for Alzheimer, but I don't remembre anything .... LOL .......

    More than not funny. Actually, your statement is offensive. Alzheimers and the devstation that it brings to families is as humorous as a Spinal Cord Injury.

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    Joke fail...?
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    I think that's too sensitive. It actually made me laugh...
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    probably will not make anyone laugh that has dealt with a loved one that has had Alzheimer's...Humor is so often at someone else's expense

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    Quote Originally Posted by djrolling View Post
    probably will not make anyone laugh that has dealt with a loved one that has had Alzheimer's...Humor is so often at someone else's expense
    That's still too sensitive. I do have a relative with Alzheimer. But what, now we can't make fun of anything? I don't see the problem, unless you can see hurting intention, which i don't think it was the case at all. I laugh about myself too, and nothing gets broken...
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    My sister was dating a guy with a wooden leg, but she broke it off.

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    I dont care about the jokes

    Usually a person who jokes in reply usually gets to know the person first. I was looking for an intelligent response though. Thats why I hardly show up. My posts just is not directed to alzhiemer desease.

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