Be careful with messages recommending chlorine dioxide injections

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A message is circulating on social media claiming that an injection containing “chlorine dioxide” has been developed with properties such as boosting the immune system, regenerating stem cells or preventing tumours or ageing. To justify its claim, the text attaches 28 links to alleged studies supporting these claims. This is FALSE. There are no peer-reviewed studies that support the benefits of chlorine dioxide in humans, and the ones that the author of the message adds either do not say so, or do not exist.

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