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Malaysia cracks down on growing ozone therapy trend in local beauty industry
 

Malaysia cracks down on growing ozone therapy trend in local beauty industry

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All ozone machines run by beauty parlours were not registered under the Ministry of Health, although under the Medical Device Act 2012, they are required to do so.
 
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4 Jan 2017 - General
 
Mahmoud AbdelAziz I began typing that I am not aware of any ozone therapy centers in the Philippines until I decided to just google it and see if we really do or don't. Apparently we do have such centers which actually does not come to much of a surprise to me as there are many alternative this and thats for cosmetic purposes around here. I even found a facebook page of a company providing ozone therapy that ...
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Hmm, Dear( Michael Lovely ), I believe very much that the argument was about regulating ozone therapy not banning it. The clinics mentioned in the article were unregistered and unlicensed. Anyway, please check both these links for the reported potential hazards. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/10394090/Ozone-therapy-endangered-patients-life-court-hears.html . And https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articl...
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If it CAN kill then where are the statistics? Are the mortality and morbidity rates sky rocketing that there is direct causality like smoking? If there is by all means ban it or at least regulate it. I totally understand where you're coming from Mahmoud AbdelAziz but if the government always take away people's freedom to choose then it's not really freedom is it? Smarter informed people will know ...
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