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    josvin84 responded:
    Just amazing. Dr McDougall has many more cases like this one.

    I am sure if people were honestly informed of alternatives then there would be many more who would choose this path to health.

    Josvin
     
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    engineerguy replied to josvin84's response:
    Hi Josvin,

    I agree. While there are hundreds of physicians across the nation, perhaps thousands, who are very enthusiastic about McDougall and Fuhrman, most physicians have never heard of them. Physicians continuing education is generally funded by the drug companies, and drug companies won't pay to advertise how to get off drugs.

    Best regards, EngineerGuy


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