Ninety-six patients with gastric ulcer were randomly allocated to treatment either with deglycyrrhizinised liquorice or placebo. After four weeks no differences were found between the treatment groups in the proportions with complete healing, whether assessed by gastroscopy or radiology, or in the percentage reduction in ulcer area, or in clinical improvement.
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