Thursday, September 01, 2005

st marianna university school of medicine sakane

FDA has approved a sterile form of DMSO called Rimso-50, which
is administered directly into the bladder for treatment of a rare
bladder condition called interstitial cystitis. However, the DMSO sold
to arthritis sufferers may contain bacterial toxins. DMSO is readily
absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream, and these toxins
enter the bloodstream along with it. It can be especially dangerous if
used as an enema, as some of its promoters recommend.
Treatments the foundation considers harmless but ineffective include
copper bracelets, mineral springs, and spas.

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