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10/11/2010 4:00 PM
 

Hi Elaine:

I take Serracor-NK for the Rheumatoid Arthritis that I have. It is working out well in addition to the LDN I am on. I am now on 3 mg of LDN.

I would like to add SerraRX (Serrapeptase) and wonder if it safe for those with Graves' Disease?

Here's a link:

http://www.biomediclabs.com/inc/sdetail/20542

Thanks,

Linda

 
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10/11/2010 6:09 PM
 

Hi Linda,

It's safe in Graves' disease and looks to be a good product. It seems a little pricey though so you might want to do a search for similar products and do a price comparison. Best, Elaine


 
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