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Medicine can advance only by way of the clinical trial – and onl...

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This is a very personal post, reporting on my own recent reports on three aspects of my health: my e...
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Sorry for my absence everyone! I got hit with that awful stomach bug that’s going around yeste...
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Today was wacko. Like I don’t know what was up with these kids but they tag teamed me today an...


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