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July 30, 2005

Botox for Excessive Sweating

Before treatment, 66% to 72% of patients were dissatisfied with their ability to perform work activities due to sweating. Afterward, just 9% to 20% were dissatisfied. The number of patients saying they were "emotionally damaged or injured" because of hyperhidrosis was reduced by about half — 76% to 83% of patients before treatment, 32% to 43% after treatment. (USA Today)

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