Atopic dermatitis thesis

A 2005 publication noted that "a large pseudoscientific cult" [69] has developed around the topic of Candida , with claims up to one in three people are affected by yeast-related illness, particularly a condition called "Candidiasis hypersensitivity". [70] Some practitioners of alternative medicine have promoted these purported conditions and sold dietary supplements as supposed cures; a number of them have been prosecuted. [71] [72] In 1990, alternative health vendor Nature's Way signed an FTC consent agreement not to misrepresent in advertising any self-diagnostic test concerning yeast conditions or to make any unsubstantiated representation concerning any food or supplement's ability to control yeast conditions, with a fine of $30,000 payable to the National Institutes of Health for research in genuine candidiasis. [72]

Atopic dermatitis thesis

atopic dermatitis thesis

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