Arthritis therapy tied to liver injury cases

NEW YORK, June 19: A “medical food” sold as an arthritis treatment may have caused four cases of temporary liver damage, researchers reported Monday. The product in question is called flavocoxid, sold under the brand-name Limbrel. It’s a mix of plant compounds called flavonoids, including catechins—substances best known as components of green tea. (agencies)


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