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Disclaimer

Information in this review is presented for educational purposes only and should not be viewed as a recommendation for treatment of medical conditions or use of products mentioned in the review.

The review provides an overall perspective on the findings of medicinal research for custard apples.  It is not an exhaustive treatise.  The aims of this review are to collate current evidence and to stimulate further research.

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