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Figure 9: Effects of long-term daily-usage of hydrogen-rich water (HW) bath on the C-reactive protein (CRP) levels in the serum of patients with connective-tissue disease. Note: The effects of HW bath on the CRP levels in the human serum of six patients. In all subjects the CRP values decreased within or nearly equal to the upper limit of the standard value (0.30 mg/dL, indicated by the dotted lines).

<b>Figure 9: Effects of long-term daily-usage of hydrogen-rich water (HW) bath on the C-reactive protein (CRP) levels in the serum of patients with connective-tissue disease.</b>
Note: The effects of HW bath on the CRP levels in the human serum of six patients. In all subjects the CRP values decreased within or nearly equal to the upper limit of the standard value (0.30 mg/dL, indicated by the dotted lines).