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Need some help with a question that I can’t get an answer anywhere, hoping you can help. My daughter is a Melanoma survivor ( Stage 1 ) and started taking Move Free Triple Action for her joint pain and arthritis. It has Collagen, Boron and Hyaluronic Acid ( 3 mg ). Read something online that said those with a history of cancer shouldn’t supplement Hyaluronic Acid as there are studies that say it causes metastasis. Has anyone been told not to take this orally? Without this OTC med she is always in a lot of pain, but doesn’t want to take it if it’s dangerous for her.
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