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Lichen Sclerosus Hurts in Many Ways
The following video was filmed after Dr. Runels contracted with Dr. Andrew Goldstein to test methods developed by the O-Shot® provider group for treating Lichen Sclerosus. Dr. Runels flew to Dr. Goldstein’s office and demonstrated a technique using PRP prepared using methods used in the O-Shot® procedure.
Since that time, the method proved to be helpful: dermatopathologist (looking at before and after biopsies of women suffering from lichen sclerosus and treated in this way) determined that most of the women showed improvement (less inflammation on biopsy). The women also reported a statistically significant improvement in symptoms!
Still, we must be careful before saying that all women suffering from Lichen Sclerosus should be treated this way. This method (developed by key members of the O-Shot® provider group) should undergo further evaluation by experts like Dr. Goldstein before becoming adopted by every physician. The way the PRP is prepared is important. How it’s injected is important. And, simply the diagnosis and thinking about lichen sclerosus should be done by someone familiar with other methods of treating the disease.
Still, this research represents a MAJOR breakthrough in the treatment of the disease. Notice that stem cells were NOT used. Simply the technology and methods of preparing blood as worked out by the O-Shot® provider group. So…
Enjoy the following history making video where Dr. Runels and Dr. Goldstein announce this ground-breaking research project…
The results of the landmark study, planned in the above video, were presented at July 2015 meeting of the ISSVD in New York, NY. You can read the exciting research results here (click, then scroll down to the next-to-last abstract) <–
More data (also encouraging) has been gathered in continuation of the study and will be published this year.
This study was funded by two private contributors and the O-Shot® provider group. Physicians and nurse practitioners may inquire about joining the O-Shot® provider group at the following website–>> Click
We will be extending the study to more women who suffer from vaginal lichen sclerosus…since it showed positive results (click to see results).
Women interested in participating in further studies may apply using the form at the bottom of this page.
The technique for treating lichen sclerosus evolved out of research to help women with dyspareunia (pain with sex). The following book is by the inventor of the procedure.
All profits used for further research…
For Women Who Suffer from Lichen Sclerosus and Wish to Be Considered for the Research (and free treatment), Please fill out the following form: