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Were you looking for information about Cleocin? Cleosin is a common misspelling of Cleocin.
Available only by prescription, Cleocin® (clindamycin) is a type of antibiotic used for treating certain bacterial infections. It works by preventing bacteria from growing and multiplying. Several different forms of this antibiotic are available, including capsules, skin products, suppositories, solutions, and injections. Possible side effects may include dry skin, skin irritation, and diarrhea.
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