Ozone therapy: clinical and basic evidence of its therapeutic potential.

@article{Re2008OzoneTC,
  title={Ozone therapy: clinical and basic evidence of its therapeutic potential.},
  author={Lamberto Re and Mohamed Nabil Mawsouf and S. Riestra Men{\'e}ndez and Olga Sonia Le{\'o}n and Gregorio Mart{\'i}nez S{\'a}nchez and Frank Hernandez},
  journal={Archives of medical research},
  year={2008},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={17-26}
}
Ozone has recently been subjected to criticism and emphasis in relation to clinical efficacy and toxicity, respectively. Without a doubt, ozone, in common with oxygen itself, is one of the most potent oxidants. Ozone is considered one of the major pollutants in urban areas. Nevertheless, increasingly widespread use lately has highlighted the potential benefits as a therapeutic agent when used according to well-defined and safe protocols. Basic studies conducted following rigorous scientific and… CONTINUE READING
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