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your advice and experience would be greatly appreciated here
i saw a 54 year old man for the first time recently who is awaiting a lung transplant.
c/o chronic onychomycosis of l 1st whihc he has treated with several oral and topical treatments over the years.
a couple of patient told me that they have been recommended vicks by their gp.i hadn't come across it before
i have looked for evidence and i hope the attchment works (i haven't tried it before here).
i can't see how it would do any harm but wondered whether anybody has used it successfully as he finds it difficuylt now to get to his feet but his wife would be willing to help.