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Living with ME/CFS and Long Covid and other Chronic Illness or Disability. Follow me while I explore the challenges, the suffering, the darkness and the light while living with a chronic illness or disability. Along the way I will share insights into how I survive, how I struggle, and how I STAY ALIVE. ❤️ ✏️ My ME/CFS Website & Blog: https://www.whitneydafoe.com/mecfs ❓What is ME/CFS? https://www.whitneydafoe.com/mecfs/whatismecfs 👤 My Story: https://www.whitneydafoe.com/mecfs/mystory 📄 ME/C ...
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Welcome to the Hope and Help for Fatigue and Chronic Illness Podcast. It's our mission to help people that have some really complicated illnesses. People that have post viral syndrome like long COVID and ME/CFS or chronic fatigue. Those that have had toxic exposures like gulf war illness, mold exposures, pesticides and heavy metals. These illnesses can present very similarly, they can actually look the same to your clinician. You may have fatigue, post exertional malaise, foggy brain and man ...
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The Podcast by and for Long Covid sufferers. Long Covid is estimated to affect at least 1 in 5 people infected with Covid-19. Many of these people were fit & healthy, many were successfully managing other conditions. Some people recover within a few months, but there are many who have been suffering for much much longer. ​ Although there is currently no "cure" for Long Covid, and the thousands of people still ill have been searching for answers for a long time, in this podcast I hope to expl ...
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Discomfort Zone

Jason Herterich

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Discomfort Zone is a podcast about living with chronic illness and disability. Through interviews, conversations, and stories, each episode uncovers what it means to be chronically ill and disabled. Jason helps listeners understand that the best way to cope with the discomfort of illness is to turn towards it and laugh at it. Jason is an engineering graduate who reinvented himself as a podcaster and chronic illness/disability advocate after developing fibromyalgia, myalgic encephalomyelitis ...
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My name is Miguel Bautista and I am fully recovered after suffering for years with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. After a very intense and emotional 4.5-year roller coaster ride my turning point came after a bad crash sent me to the hospital where I was completely bedridden for over a month unable to even turn over in bed. Luckily, that’s where I met a doctor gave me information (and along with that - hope) that would be key to my recovery. In this Youtube Channel, I break down the science behind ...
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Sharing patient stories and discussions while having a laugh and keeping it real. A weekly podcast where performer, creator, and MS-er Jess Brien interviews people from around the world that are thriving - and sometimes only just surviving - with chronic illnesses, life changing injuries and potentially disastrous diagnoses. @thatssochronic | @jessssbrien | #ThatsSoChronic Disclaimer: Here at That's So Chronic we are sharing personal stories and are not advocating any type of treatment, ther ...
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Podcast by Wendy K Laidlaw, Author & Founder of HealEndometriosisNaturally.com and EndoBoss.com Wendy K Laidlaw is the world's #1 expert on mentoring CEO's, executives, and entrepreneurs on how to heal their endometriosis naturally. As a visionary, her mission is to revolutionise and modernise the gynaecological field worldwide and she aspires to inspire and empower women on how to take back power and control of their bodies. She is a multi-best-selling author, online entrepreneur, podcaster ...
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Spoonie Radio

Dr. Courtney Craig

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Spoonie Radio is a Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia Podcast highlighting effective treatment strategies as well as insight from clinicians, researchers, & advocates. Each show focuses on evidenced-based, practical information to spread hope and understanding about an otherwise invisible illness. This show is brought to you by Dr. Courtney Craig, recovered CFS patient, clinician, and creator of www.drCourtneyCraig.com
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Welcome to The Rezilir Way™! In this show, we’ll be covering numerous aspects of science-based topics ranging from healthy living to chronic health conditions. We’ll be interviewing top scientists and doctors from around the globe and answering questions about these conditions. We are a team of world-class practitioners that are certified in the ReCODE and the Bredesen Protocol™, Shoemaker Protocol and Terry Wahls Protocol®. We focus on the revision of chronic disease, specializing in early- ...
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If you're new to myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), commonly referred to as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), we're here to tell you that you are not alone. There are millions of others like you. At #MEAction, our mission is to advocate for people with ME to raise awareness, educate, and fight for better access, better treatments, and ultimately a cure. Whether you’re new to this disease or you’ve been living with it for decades, there’s something here for you. We're your hosts, Steven Molony and ...
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Vegan Enlightenment

Vegan Enlightenment

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Vegan Enlightenment is a channel created by Idan Light, founder of The Feel Good Cafe based in London. Having developed Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in his teens, Idan spent few years bed-bound. Veganism, oxygen therapy and water fasting helped him recover and enabled him to open a vegan cafe in 2015. Idan is on a mission to spread the knowledge about the benefits of veganism, healthy living, positive psychology and well-being.
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The Thriving Metabolism: Weight Loss Beyond Diets with Louise Digby is the podcast where nutrition, education, science, metabolism, and hormones meet. Weight loss is so much more than the mere calculation of calories in V calories out. What's always ignored are the internal factors that influence an individual's capacity to burn calories. Join BANT registered nutritional therapist and weight loss expert Louise Digby as we explore the nuances around metabolic health, hormones, gut health, and ...
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Ever felt so rundown and exhausted that even simple tasks like showering seem overwhelming? For millions suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), this is their daily reality - a debilitating condition often misunderstood as just feeling tired. In this episode, we dive into the world of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) as Louise Digby interviews…
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Have you been thinking about adopting a plant-based lifestyle but feel a bit unsure? Maybe you're concerned that it's too limiting or that your family and friends won't be supportive. Or perhaps you're already enjoying a vegan diet but want to make sure you're not lacking any crucial nutrients. Well, this episode is perfect for you! Come along as L…
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Translational research is now a key player in advancing studies for Gulf War Illness. In this episode, Dr. Amanpreet Cheema, Program Director of Research Operations at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine, discusses how the experts and researchers at the Institute effectively collaborate to translate scientific discoveries into real-world soluti…
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Ever been told "exercise is off-limits" or "weight loss is too risky" because of a health condition? Feeling like you’re missing out on the things you used to love doing because you fear getting hurt again? If so, this episode is perfect for YOU! Join Louise Digby as she chats with certified athletic therapist, osteopath, and life coach Sherry Shab…
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In this episode, Haylie Pomroy delves deep into the perplexing world of viral reactivation with Dr. Nancy Klimas, Director of the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. Dr. Klimas, with her wealth of expertise, sheds light on how dormant viruses can awaken and the different triggers in our environment. This alters lives and challenges our understandi…
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ME/CFS / Long Covid is an ever changing journey and we never know where it will take us. We can do the best we can and no more; After that, we must try to find as much life along the way as possible, knowing that it is fleeting like all else; It slips through our fingers the moment we try to hold onto it. But as it slips through our fingers we don’…
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Episode 126 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Joshua Roman - Cellist, Composer & Curator, as well as Longhauler. We chat through some of the things that he experienced, learned and some of the incredibly inspiring work he is now doing to help others with Long Covid as well as heal himself. Links: Joshua Roman Website "Immunity" Project Your …
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Ever feel like you're constantly battling the scale, counting calories, and cutting out your favourite foods... yet the weight just won't budge? Is the idea of weight gain settling in as you approach perimenopause making you feel defeated? There's a better way! Join Louise Digby on her guest appearance on the Live Healthy Now Podcast with Nicola Me…
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In this episode, host Haylie Pomroy and Dr. Jacqueline Junco explore acupuncture’s healing capabilities in addressing chronic illness. Originating from Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture has been a proven and time-honored practice that taps into the body's natural healing mechanisms, offering relief and balance for people experiencing stress…
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Episode 125 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Peter Burt. Peter has found himself "washed up on a desert island" after floating around in the sea of Long Covid for a couple of years. We talk through a lot of fascinasting stuff, the idea of "not feeling like a man" and how difficult but extremely important it is to ask for help - and then rec…
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In this episode, host Haylie Pomroy sits down with Dr. Richard Deth, Director of the Brain Research and Integrated Nutrition Center at Nova Southeastern University, to discuss the intricacies of metabolic pathways and how oxidative stress can be managed through diet and environmental control. Dr. Deth and Haylie also illuminate the connection betwe…
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In this week's podcast Wendy K Laidlaw discusses the importance of "holding the mirror" to oneself and others. This involves keeping self-awareness through journaling to care for oneself and recognise negative behaviours in others. She advises being an advocate for your own body, not allowing others to mislead you into unnecessary medical procedure…
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Episode 124 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Dr Elizabeth So about East Asian Medicine. We take a deep dive into what EAM is and some of the background to it, as well as how it can help with conditions such as Long Covid - and why! This was such a fascinating discussion - we could have carried on for hours - and one of the biggest takeaways…
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Constantly feeling drained, even after a full night's sleep? Or do you find yourself hitting a wall of tiredness, unable to shake off the fatigue throughout your day? If a lack of energy is weighing you down, this episode is for you! Join host Louise Digby as she teams up with Australian naturopath and clinical nutritionist Bridget from Bridget B N…
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Join Haylie Pomroy, the Assistant Director of the Integrative Medicine Program, as she explores computational biology with our esteemed guest, Travis Craddock, Ph.D., an Associate Professor with expertise in Psychology, Neuroscience, Computer Science, and Clinical Immunology at Nova Southeastern University. Together, they talk about simulating brai…
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Episode 123 of the Long Covid Podcast falls on Long Covid Awareness Day, and also 4 years since I first became unwell. This is my reflections on the last 4 years - Long Covid & beyond. I also did a video for youtube which might be of interest here Episode 94 - my recovery story Support the show ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~…
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Tried every diet and workout imaginable, only to feel discouraged and see the weight keep bouncing back? It's not your fault. Most modern approaches focus on the physical, failing to see a connection between the body, mind, spirit, and lifestyle. But what if the answer to reaching your health and weight goals lies in an ancient system that can fina…
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In this episode, Haylie Pomroy and Dr. Annette Fornos explore the transformative power of functional and integrative medicine in managing stress and chronic conditions. Dr. Fornos, with her rich background in internal medicine, shares her journey toward functional medicine, emphasizing its holistic approach to patient care. Dr. Annette Fornos also …
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Episode 122 of the Long Covid Podcast welcomes back the wonderful Professor Louise Cummings to talk about her follow-up study into the cognitive & linguistic difficulties in adults with Long Covid and also looking at employment outcomes for those people. This is a hugely enlightening discussion, covering a lot of information - I hope you enjoy it a…
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Feeling stretched thin trying to juggle your career, family, and passions? Worried about the toll it might be taking on your well-being? Here's some good news: burnout doesn't have to be the price you pay for wanting it all. Join host Louise Digby and Angela Foster, a nutritionist, biohacker, and founder of High-Performance Health, as they explore …
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Are you getting enough nutrition in your food and supplements? In integrative medicine, nutrition plays a crucial role in one’s wellness and overall physical health. But our modern lifestyles and busy schedules have occupied our time that meal planning and cooking are no longer an option. In this episode, Haylie Pomroy engages in an insightful conv…
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Episode 121 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Fatigue Coach Pamela Rose about those difficult conversations that can come up time and time again. We chat through some of her experiences and how they have led her to be able to work with & help people. And we also dive into those difficult conversations - which ones tend to come up most often,…
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Lately, does it feel like your appetite and cravings are running the show? Ever find yourself snacking not because you're hungry but out of boredom or stress? Or maybe you're fed up with the rollercoaster of starting a healthy diet, only to end up back where you started after a minor setback? This is the episode you need to hear. Join Louise Digby …
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In this episode, Executive Director Nathalie Sloane speaks with Dr. Alison Bested, one of our leading physicians at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. They sit down and discuss the importance of validating patients' experiences, especially for those with chronic, debilitating illnesses like myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS), fibromyalgia, an…
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The weekly research round-up includes all recent publications about ME/CFS and Long Covid, which includes the key terms: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, ME/CFS, Long Covid and Post Covid syndrome. The list is inclusive of all research published to keep our community informed, however, this does not necessarily mean we endorse t…
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Episode 120 of the Long Covid Podcast welcomes the wonderful Dr Mark Faghy back to the podcast for a long awaited catch-up on all the research he's been involved in at Derby Uni, but also info on the first anti-viral Long Covid clinical trial - in the UK, if not the world! https://www.derby.ac.uk/research/showcase/long-covid-research/ Episode #103 …
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Confused and overwhelmed by the influx of health advice out there? Not sure what’s reliable and what’s just marketing hype? In our latest episode, Louise Digby, Christelle Page, and Lara Seago from the Nourish Method examine today’s most popular diets, supplements, and biohacks. They use their extensive clinical experience to unpack the truth about…
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If you are interested in joining a Gulf War Illness (GWI) trial, please complete the Recruitment Registry Form. https://redcap.nova.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=Y9YF8JJWJRK8HEKL%20&_gl=1*1fipp18*_gcl_aw*R0NMLjE3MDc5MTgwMzIuRUFJYUlRb2JDaE1JeWNyUXVfcXFoQU1WU1pCYUJSM3AyQWRBRUFBWUFTQUFFZ0s1NWZEX0J3RQ..*_gcl_au*MTg2NjgwMDQ4Ni4xNzA3MTQwNzgx Seeking a medical in…
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The weekly research round-up includes all recent publications about ME/CFS and Long Covid, which includes the key terms: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, ME/CFS, Long Covid and Post Covid syndrome. The list is inclusive of all research published to keep our community informed, however, this does not necessarily mean we endorse t…
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Episode 119 of the Long Covid Podcast is a fascinating discussion with Ewa Beldzik and Daniel Gomez about the Long Covid study they are doing involving MRI and mapping the brain during tasks. We dive a load into the study and it's absolutely amazing! A link to enroll in the study And their email for any questions: MGHLCOVID@MGB.ORG For more informa…
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Frustrated by the weight gain that seems to happen after turning 40 despite maintaining your usual routine? Do the diets that once seemed like magic now fail to make any difference, leaving you feeling defeated? Even with careful attention to your diet and consistent physical activity, it might feel like your efforts are in vain. You've experimente…
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Haylie Pomroy welcomes Denise Kruszynski, a seasoned family nurse practitioner and functional medicine expert, to discuss the transformative care provided at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. Denise Kruszynski brings her extensive background in critical care to the forefront of combating chronic conditions, such as fibromyalgia and post-COVI…
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Episode 118 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Dr Sarah Myhill about her experiences of working with people with ME/CFS and now Long Covid. We chat through her treatment protocol and some ideas to help that are practical & cheap - an important factor! Dr Myhill's website Books: - chronic fatigue book - paleoketogenic diet - ecological medicen…
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Feeling trapped in a weight loss rut, especially after kids or hitting your 40s? Tried every trick in the book but still can't shed the pounds? This episode is for you. Join Louise Digby as she sits down with her guest, Sally, a busy working mom who finally lost weight for good after years of failed diets and various exercise programs. Tune in to d…
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Join Haylie Pomroy as she sits down with Dr. Jacqueline Junco, one of talented physicians in the Institute with a Master's in Oriental medicine, bringing a unique perspective to the table. As each individuals’ condition is complex, exploring alternative treatments in addressing chronic illness can bring immense benefits. This engaging conversation …
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Episode 117 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the wonderful Leela O'Brien about her experiences with Long Covid and what she has learned about herself in the process. A big takeaway from this is the "what can we do" and that we don't need to wait to be healed before trying to find ways to enjoy life, even if they are not what we wanted or ex…
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Witness the inspiring transformation of Matt, who went from struggling with everyday tasks like climbing stairs to conquering intense workouts with determination and resilience. In this compelling video, we dive into Matt's journey through Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) recovery. Discover the strategies, mindset shifts, and breakthroughs that prope…
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In this week's podcast, Wendy K Laidlaw discusses how women may suffer excessively when they prioritize others over themselves and at their own expense. 'Done Being a Doormat' highlights how women teach others to treat them through actions and boundaries, defining a "doormat" as someone who accepts mistreatment without objection. Signs of being a d…
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In this episode, Haylie is joined by Dr. Irma Rey, Assistant Professor at the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Nova Southeastern University and Director of Medical Education at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. With a deep expertise in internal medicine, viral medicine, and a focus on immune deficiencies such as myalgic encephalomyelitis (…
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Have trouble reaching your weight loss goals and think your hormones might be the reason why? This is a common concern, especially as you get older. In this episode, Louise Digby breaks down hormonal weight loss resistance. She'll show you how to spot hormonal changes and explain why your old weight management methods may no longer work as well. St…
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"It just really got to the point where I just couldn't move... I was so bad, so much pain. The pain was unbearable. There wasn't one bit of my body that wasn't safe. I couldn't walk, I couldn't talk, I couldn't do anything. I couldn't even turn around in bed. So it was just horrible. I remember thinking was the point. Once I started getting better …
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Join us as we sit down with Niki, a remarkable thriver who has defied the odds and reclaimed her life from the grips of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). In this inspiring interview, Niki shares her incredible transformation, from being burdened with 14 different diagnoses to rediscovering the joy of living again. Witness the power of resilience and …
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I wanted to share my interview with Nicole, one of the Recovery Jumpstart Thrivers who’s made amazing progress in 4 months. "I had weeks and months where I was definitely housebound and bedbound, I had really brutal crashes where I couldn't speak..." "I would actually lose my ability to move at all. Every single inch of my body was so heavy and fel…
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Episode 116 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with the fabulous Dr Claire Taylor. We take a dive into her previous experience which led her to Long Covid, and also to some of the common trends & useful strategies she is seeing with her patients. Claire Taylor Twitter Claire Taylor Website Claire Taylor Instagram For more information about Long Co…
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Struggling to understand the changes during menopause and why managing your weight feels harder than ever? This episode is packed with the answers you need! Join Louise Digby as she dives deep into the common challenges faced by post-menopausal women. You'll gain invaluable insights into optimising your health and effectively managing your weight d…
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Host Haylie Pomroy joins Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner Irina Rozenfeld to delve into the heart of personalized medicine. They explore the importance of therapeutic relationships, the ins and outs of patient-centered care, and the significant impact for clinicians to provide personalized attention. The most skilled physicians and medical practi…
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