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  1. Letha Goldstein
    Letha Goldstein at |

    Appreciating the time and energy you put into your website and
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  2. Debbie Bruce
    Debbie Bruce at |

    I think he is so right on. This is what I have been saying for a long time.

    These articles on the research being done does more harm than good because he is absolutely right…my friends and family are enlightening me…”are being flooded by friends and relatives with news reports of this study. Having spent years trying to educate their social and family circles on the seriousness of this epidemic, they are being told that a “cure” exists and they had better get with the program”

    {The message to these people should be, “it’s not that easy, so back off.”}

    {Most money goes into confirming what we already know instead of focusing on the gaps where we could add information.}

    {Given the number of complicating factors left out of news reports of just this study, like its authors and Dr. Greenhawt, I am convinced that OIT is a work in progress.}

    I think his points are very well said.

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