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Name: Michelle B Lenz
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Recently, I watched a news special that discussed ozone therapy. This particular doctor claimed that ozone therapy could cure cancer, AIDS, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. I was wondering what kind of scientific research has been done regarding ozone therapy and if so, what are the current findings.

I'm not aware of any published research on this subject. An article appeared in American Health magazine (Jan. 1988, p. 16) in which the therapeutic use of ozone is discussed.


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