Abstract Title:

Cyanocobalamin--a case for withdrawal: discussion paper.

Abstract Source:

J R Soc Med. 1992 Nov;85(11):686-7. PMID: 1474554

Abstract Author(s):

A G Freeman


GreenMedInfo.com summary: Cyanocobalamin, a cyanide containing form of vitamin B-12, may be inappropriate relative to hydroxocobalamin where the body burden of cyanide is already high, e.g. smokers, those exposed to environmental pollutants.

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