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Comment from: Conrad [Visitor]
Recently heard about frequency of breast cancer in men. Assume your comments would also apply to them especially those with thyroid problems. I for one will pay heed to what you have researched and shared. many thanks
12/03/08 @ 11:05
Comment from: victoria [Visitor]
Thank you for this very simple and inexpensive tool for improving breast safety!

I am curious about what the safe dosage is for iodine.
12/05/08 @ 23:03
Comment from: Kate [Member] Email
There is a lot of variability in what is considered a safe dose for iodine. It also depends over what time period it is taken, what form, and the status of the patient. You can look up the doses used in the studies I listed or consult a natural health practitioner for more info.
12/06/08 @ 16:01
Comment from: Clint [Visitor] Email
Thank you for this great research! I'm working on a case of a person who has metastatic calcification and from the symptoms appears to have hyperparathyroidism.

Kelp is a great natural source of Iodine.

05/14/09 @ 17:54

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