DMSO and Immune Response

Peter H. Proctor pproctor at sam.neosoft.com
Fri Apr 19 22:06:49 EST 1996

In article <31755F5D.631A at uic.edu> Keld Sorensen <KeldS at uic.edu> writes:
>From: Keld Sorensen <KeldS at uic.edu>
>Subject: Re: DMSO and Immune Response
>Date: Wed, 17 Apr 1996 15:15:09 -0600

>I vet friend of mine treats lame horses with DMSO -
>I think it would be a highly problematic compound
>in humans - go to one of the sites that has MSDS
>(Material safety datasheets) on line (Fisher has I 
>believe) and read the MSDS!!!

>/mail and post/

    Uh,   I don't know of any toxicologist who takes MSDS sheets very 
seriously.   They tend to be written by corporate legal staffs to avoid 
potential liability, rather than for any "scientific" reason.

Peter H. Proctor, PhD, MD   DABT,  DABMT.

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