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Radiation diarrhoea and cholestyramine
  1. John R. Condon,
  2. Richard L. Wolverson,
  3. Marie South,
  4. Diana Brinkley


    Radiation diarrhoea was treated successfully with cholestyramine, and this is confirmed by faecal biochemistry. The reasons for this response are discussed and it is suggested that the resin may affect gut bacterial activity.

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