How effective is DMSO in treating spinal cord compression?
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In spinal cord compression, nerve cells tend to get damaged. DMSO (Dimethyl sulfoxide) is a natural substance that is claimed to stimulate nerve regeneration. However, evidence seems to be lacking about the actual efficacy of this substance. Going through the following article should guide you further:
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