Animal Clinical Trials

Rudy1 Clinical Study Proves Can-C™ Safe and Effective “A new phenomenon of “melting snow” in only a few short weeks…

The testing of various anti-glycation agents over nearly a decade led a Russian research team to the development of n-alpha-acetylcarnosine as a delivery system for the natural eye anti-oxidant of L-carnosine. Once laboratory testing was passed, the next stage began to test the N-acetyl-carnosine Can-C eye-drops in the eyes of animals, (specifically canines and rabbits). These studies produced remarkably fast results in the improvement of clarity, glare sensitivity and overall vision for the animals involved. Furthermore, no serious side effects were noted and the beneficial affects were sustainable. Unsurprisingly, these positive results in animals led to the studies being continued in humans.

Control Study: Thirty dogs, (60 eyes) received topical application of Can-C 1% N-acetylcarnosine eye drop solution twice daily to cataracts.

Current Drug Therapy, 2006, Vol. 1, No. 1 107 – Excerpt from; “TREATMENT OF AGE- RELATED CATARACTS IN CANINES” – Mark Babizhayev MA PhD