If you don't even understand the differences between Vascepa (especially purified EPA) and others, your posts have no values (except trying to stir the mud to pocket a dime)..
Because I wasnt dropped over and over on my head as a child, thats how I know lmao @ you
So there you go, I gave you my real name. Now quit being a bia and come through on your promise. File a case against me for creating threads on YB titled "SwaIchie". If you had any credibility before yesterday, now it is literally non existent due to #$%$ that spews from your filthy mouth.
No, I understand that vacsepa is fish oil like lovaza and like omega via EPA.
If you know chemistry and biology, you understand that fish oil is fish oil, just different concentrations. Doctors say eat fresh fish like salmon for your fish oil, but you can buy ethyl ester of fish oil that your body can convert to usable fatty acids. And if you want pure DHA or pure EPA, you can get that too, but those would be for very special rare genetic blood disorders. Most humans want all natural full omega 3s from eating fresh fatty fish.
And we do know that doctors call lovaza, omegavia EPA, vacsepa and others fish oil even though they might be (in some cases) ethyl esters of fish oil. Because the ethyl ester version is most common, everyone knows to call them fish oil because your body will eventually need to convert the ethyl ester chemicals like vacsepa into a natural free form fatty acid so your body can use it.. Just skip all the hogwash and call fish oil, fish oil.
Right now, doctors do not believe fish oils like vacsepa, lovaza improve health due to the recent failed studies and analysis that show this to be the case. Doctors are down on fish oil pills like vacsepa and lovaza. They still will suggest non-prescription fish oils since they are so much less expensive and so the trade-off is easier to take if no health benefit is discovered by any of the studies ongoing. So, if the fish oils don't work, you aren't wasting thousands of dollars like you would with vacsepa.
Someday doctors might think fish oils improve health. Hopefully in 2018 when we can see if vacsepa brand fish oil proved anything.
Then it will be all fish oils that benefit, not a particular brand of fish oil. But the key is 2018.The rising tide will lift all (fish oil) boats. GLTA!
If Recuct-IT results are impactful then they will choose to continue the Reduct-IT beyond the mid-way point. As long as no harm is happening, they should allow the Reduct-IT study to continue to conclusion. The expected end date for this study is late 2017 with study results being known in 2018. With an application to the FDA, we could see Reduct-IT patient population begin to see Vacsepa in 2019. The excitement could be there if tide turns on attitudes toward fish oil and ethyl esters and if people want to try something other than adjusting diet and getting exercise. Doctors like to throw around changing diet and getting exercise, but they can't make any money off of you when you do those things, so they want to try to prescribe something for you. Why not fish oil? You don't kneed a prescription for fish oil, but the option is there if you want it. GLTA!