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by Carey Potash
I hate to even suggest this, but what if the cure never comes? What if long-term clinical human trials go on indefinitely into the future with no hope in sight? What if cinnamon is just cinnamon? What if cactus juice is just cactus juice and reptile saliva just reptile saliva? And what if the BCG drug is a vaccine for tuberculosis and nothing more? I have this terrible feeling I’ll be an old man with a long grey wizard’s beard and a walking cane made out of...

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Lost hearing in my right ear, MRI shows spots on my nerves, Neurologist caanot give diagnosis. Can this be diabetes related? A1C is 5.5.

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