Is 8-hydroxyquinoline sulfate, an active component of Trimo-san, safe for use? Any known?
- 11 Nov 2009 by natkallman
... carcinogenic effects?
Added 11 Nov 2009:
See "WHOLE WOMAN" blog rw adverse effects of Trimo-san.
24 Nov 2009
I read the blog and tried to find out more information about the carcinogenicity of Trimo-san.
It appears that some studies indicated carcinogenic potential while others did not. Until more testing is carried out its carcinogenic effects are unclear.
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