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This reads as if these institutions are accepting more patients than
is financially or humanly possible for them to treat thereby shortchanging
themselves and all or some of their patients.
Doctors cannot be expected to understand nutrition along with all the
ailments we present, can they? One does expect that these doctors and
their families are eating the same foods available to the rest of us with
little or no understanding that fertilizers, pesticides, antibiotics and
other additives have created a food supply that's making us all sick.
Along with the power of pharmaceutical companies providing drugs with
terrifying side effects, we, and they, are getting sicker and weaker.
If some of you would take the time to read krispin.com, you would
discover that many of the illnesses, or symptoms, you are treating are
entirely unnecessary because they're occurring in malnourished and vitamin
and mineral deficient patients.
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