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Xylitol gummy bear snacks: a school-based randomized clinical trial

Kiet A Ly*, Christine A Riedy, Peter Milgrom, Marilynn Rothen, Marilyn C Roberts and Lingmei Zhou

BMC Oral Health 2008, 8:20  doi:10.1186/1472-6831-8-20

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A small error in references

Pentti Alanen   (2008-08-13 15:53)  University of Turku email

This is a nice study. However, a small error has taken place when referring the Estonian study, ref 18. In that study, no MS levels were measured. We studied only the cavitation. Of course, there is every reason to believe that also the MS levels were reduced but there is no empirical data to show this.

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