Drinking Bleach Won ’t Cure Cancer or Anything Else, F.D.A. Says

Alarmed about misinformation online, the agency warned about bleach solutions that are being marketed as cures for autism, H.I.V./AIDS and cancer.
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ConclusionsOverall HCAHPS satisfaction scores following lung resection for cancer were high and negatively associated with increasing length of stay. Patient satisfaction may be impacted more by the perception of effective communication during prolonged hospitalizations than by complications.
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Alarmed about misinformation online, the agency warned about bleach solutions that are being marketed as cures for autism, H.I.V./AIDS and cancer.
Source: NYT Health - Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Tags: Medicine and Health Rumors and Misinformation Poisoning and Poisons Food and Drug Administration Source Type: news
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