Evaluation of Coriolus versicolor Supplementation in LSIL HPV Patients

Couto, J. Silva
November 2006
Townsend Letter;Nov2006, Issue 280, p77
The article presents the results of the study on the efficacy of Coriolus versicolor supplementation as treatment human papilloma virus cervical lesions. The patients were divided into two groups wherein the first group was not submitted to any conventional treatment, while the second group was given the Coriolus supplementation. It was revealed that Coriolus supplementation had demonstrated a high percentage of success compared to patients who did not undergone with the treatment.


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