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May 15, 2020 – Scientist Michel Bernier, Ph.D., explained: When we first went down this path, we did not know what to expect, but once we started to see data showing dramatic weight loss and leaner body mass in the mice, we turned to each other and couldn’t quite believe our eyes. The study found that the benefits likely resulted from the drug directly, not from behavioral changes caused by the medication. The mice were not made to exercise as part of the study nor did the scientist notice any increased activity from them during the study. As well, the study didn’t note any harm caused by the disulfiram use. It’s important to remember, of course, that these results pertain to mice, not necessarily to humans.

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