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A radioactive form of strontium may kill some cancer cells. This type of strontium is not available in dietary supplements.
diarrhea, and headache in some people. But there's not enough information to know if the form of strontium contained in dietary supplements is safe.
There is some concern that very high doses of strontium might damage the bones.
Strontium supplements might not be safe for children.
Do not use strontium if:
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