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Old Thu Apr 25, 2019, 12:38 PM
bendapk bendapk is offline
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Vitamin C therapy

I have found a few articles on Vitamin C therapy and was wondering if anyone has done any research or is part of a clinical trial? Here are some links:
Was wondering how common is the TET2 mutation? I donít know what mutations I have yet but will be having another BMB within the next few weeks.



Brenda age 56 mother of 4 diagnosed MDS 7/28/2017/currently low risk/watch and wait.
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