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Old 10-19-2006, 03:30 PM
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Interesting - I am currently ordering this product for my dog with osteosarcoma. Maybe I should take a small amount myself as a preventative measure!


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morgan33,

I haven't been on this forum for a while. IMO everyone should be taking selenium. I knew it was good for cancer, but I didn't know just how good! The minerals in solution that I take contain 50 mcg. selenium, and 99.9% absorbable. I would recommend at least 100 mcg. if you are taking a capsule or tablet! I am going to ask my friend who has cancer, and takes no supplements at all, to read your article! Thanks for posting this info!

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