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Review: could Thuja cause Keloid revision (Scar revision)?
Summary: there is no Keloid revision reported by people who take Thuja yet.
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Thuja (latest outcomes) has active ingredients of thuja.
Keloid revision (when the skin is injured from a cut or tears the body heals by forming scar tissue) (latest reports)
On Nov, 25, 2014: No report is found
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