Acetazolamide (diamox)

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d thomas Says:

What are the main side effects of Diamox (Acetazolamide) Slow Release Tablets?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, D. Thomas! How are you?

And at this point, I have must agree with you and my opinion shall remain this way, unless someone provides information on this substance and proves otherwise.

There have been many people that have asked about it, to be honest, if it cures cancer, I'd like to know about it myself, since my dad is stage 4…

However, in spite of my repeated searching of both paid and free resources, I have been unable to find a single piece of information on it, no studies, no identification of the active substance, no mention of it in any resources that I've tried, whatsoever.

Does anyone have more specific details on it?

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