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Posted Sat Dec 22, 2012, 10:39am
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I also apologize if my initial post in this thread seemed arrogant, it certainly wasn't intended and I hadn't realized it would be taken that way.  I should have said "almost all", rather than "every".  Though fortunately for us the toxin is what matters and that is destroyed.  I have to agree there are a lot of arrogant doctors and I sure know some real pieces of work!  

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cool!  hope to meet you in person some day.

 
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Posted Sat Dec 22, 2012, 11:02am
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emradguy Said:

I also apologize if my initial post in this thread seemed arrogant, it certainly wasn't intended and I hadn't realized it would be taken that way.  I should have said "almost all", rather than "every".  Though fortunately for us the toxin is what matters and that is destroyed.  I have to agree there are a lot of arrogant doctors and I sure know some real pieces of work!  



cool!  hope to meet you in person some day.

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As far as Im concerned.. no apologies needed. I didnt take your post as arrogant at all. I do appreciate that you took the time to help and add to the conversation.
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