Dr. M: thank you for all the 'well wishes' for our ears, noses and throats! Mostly--thank you for thinking of all of us! To you--thank you for your time, energy and 'common sense, linked with good medical training' for your endless hours giving us 'free advise' and encouragement!
I want to wish you and yours the best of everything during these days and that your shoulder ailment will get 'better and better'! Thank you again for all you do for all of us! God Bless! yanksgirl
Have a very happy holiday, Rod and all! May your brains recollect all the other happy times you've had, and store up some new ones for the future. Thank you for your wisdom and good humor, and thank you to all the others on the board for making a lively, interestin community.
Thank you so much Dr. Moser!! thank you for all your well wishes, and Thank you most of all for helping us out with all of our ear, nose, and throat problems! You are the best MD I have found online ,) Also, I tried using a vaporizer when I was coughing, and when my throat was soar, and now, my cough went away, and my throat feels better ,) You're the best!I wish for you an amazing New Years, and I hope your Christmas was relaxing and filled with Love, warmth, joy and laughter ,)
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