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Wnt drugs

I know a dermatologist and going to try the procedure. What WNT drugs can I use?

also… do you think that liquid nitrogen cryoabrasion would work? Is pretty easy to apply.

Topical lithium chloride should work to promote Wnt

I am not whom to tell yuo waht should or shouldn´t you do, I just want to remember to take good note about last announcements about the cicles to apply the wnt preccursors. See the forum, or probably you know it i am talking too much

» I know a dermatologist and going to try the procedure. What WNT drugs can I
» use?
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» also… do you think that liquid nitrogen cryoabrasion would work? Is
» pretty easy to apply.

This is a terrible idea. On the basis on a few scraps of information from the internet, you want to self medicate with very little (lets face it no) knowledge of side effects or risks?

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