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Re: Borons effect on prostate cancer
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Published: 8 years ago
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Re: Borons effect on prostate cancer

PS; a possible cause why some experience hair loss when taking boron supplements;

"A report by Pinto et al showed
that boric acid ingestion can induce
urinary losses of vitamin B2
(riboflavin)." Patients taking boron
supplements may wish to also consider
B vitamin supplementation.
Gordon et al reported a case of two
infants using pacifiers dipped in a
honey-borax solution over a period
of several weeks in 1973. These
infants had findings of hair loss,
anemia, and seizures. All signs and
symptoms disappeared after discontinuation
of the borax and
honey preparation."'

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