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Study Questions The Effectiveness Of The Antibiotic Amoxicillin

December 20. 2012

Amoxicillin

A newly released study questioned the effectiveness of the antibiotic Amoxicillin, equating it with a placebo. The Judiciary Report can understand and appreciate the points being made in the report, but Amoxicillin is an effective drug in medical and dental settings at addressing infections especially those that do not go away on their own. I wouldn't write it off just yet. Yes it has some side effects, namely rashes and has contraindication points with other drugs, but it shouldn't be completely discounted. There are uses for it.

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