Cloracin is a bacterial product produced by a bacterium called Clostridium clostridum, which is commonly used in the treatment of coughs and colds.
This week, it was added to the list of harmful substances.
But as the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns, cloraccins can cause a number of problems, including: * The clorocin is likely to be more toxic to humans than other cloroconasins (clindamycin, ampicillin, or cefazolin).
* Clorocins are more likely to cause stomach problems, liver damage, or a weakened immune system.
* Clorscotins can lead to kidney damage, liver disease, and cancer.
* It is possible that clorotoxins can also lead to cancer.
However, because of the large amounts of water used to clean up the product, the likelihood of cancer is small.
This article is from the April 6, 2019 issue of Medical News Now.