X-Message-Number: 23218
From: "michaelprice" <>
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Subject: Proxeronine scam
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 14:19:00 -0000

Kevin Spoering writes:
> Greetings All,
> A couple of days ago I received in the mail a letter selling 
> the supplement Proxergen, and if a person would believe all 
> that was included this supplement would allow a person to 
> delay middle age for decades and live to 100 or later. 

A laudable wish.

> I suspect these claims are highly exagerated in relation to 
> any supporting evidence that may be out there. Am I right? 
> This company has a web site at www.Proxergen.com.....   

The website looks as if it is written by a scientific illiterate.
Their claims are based on age-related changes in "proxeronine".  
A PubMed search on "Proxeronine" yielded precisely *zero* hits.  

> Another scam?


Michael C Price

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