What were the findings?

What were the findings?Only 60 percent of participants completed the full nine months study period. Sults? in the cod liver oil group improved their NSAID intake by more than 30 percent compared with the placebo group . This decrease was. Remain significant after exclusion of the seven people , the use of other medications increased during the study.

After 12 weeks, the participants were asked to be used to gradually reduce their use of NSAIDs and no longer possible possible. The researchers calculated how much NSAID medication participants were on average every day, how much they were affected by their disease, and how active their disease was at the beginning of the study and at four, 24 and 36 weeks. They were primarily interested in comparing what %age of people were in each daily to reduce their daily NSAID use by more than 30 percent during the study. All participants who were dropped from the study analyzes analyzes, and assumed have not reduced their NSAID use by more than 30 percent..The tissues.The baseline tissue compared showed methylation p16 in the lungs of 23 per cent of subjects who to of the FHIT 17 per cent and from one of the genes into 35 %. The %age data were similar oral tissue, by p 16 in 19 % of, 15 per cent and FHIT unmethylated in the of either into 31 %.

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