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Bartosz J. Sapilak

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Pranobeks inozyny to lek o działaniu immunostymulującym i przeciwwirusowym, od ponad 50 lat wykorzystywany w terapii infekcji wirusowych górnych dróg oddechowych i opryszczki. W tym czasie zebrano wiele doświadczeń związanych z jego zastosowaniem i bezpieczeństwem. Przyczyniły się one do powstania wielu faktów i mitów na temat jego bezpieczeństwa i skuteczności. W niniejszej pracy analizujemy najważniejsze z nich.

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Sapilak , B. J. (2023). Fakty i mity na temat inozyny . Medycyna Faktów , 16(3(60), 353-356. https://doi.org/10.24292/01.MF.0323.13
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