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Use of Trace Elements and Halotherapy in the Treatment of Human Diseases

By Vincent S. Gallicchio

Submitted: September 13th 2013Reviewed: January 17th 2014Published: May 28th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/58235

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Vincent S. Gallicchio (May 28th 2014). Use of Trace Elements and Halotherapy in the Treatment of Human Diseases, Pharmacology and Nutritional Intervention in the Treatment of Disease, Faik Atroshi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/58235. Available from:

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