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It's been banned in food production in the U.S. because of possible severe side effects such as aplastic anemia and leukemia.
Kentucky's application to the federal government said this could include people with active cancer, aplastic anemia, blood clotting disorders, chronic alcohol or drug abuse and mental illness.
Since being diagnosed last July with aplastic anemia, a rare disease that occurs when the body stops producing enough new blood cells, the 5-year-old from Oconomowoc has fought for her life.
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