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Re: Gallstone analysis in laboratory?
cfsguy Views: 5,892
Published: 17 years ago
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Re: Gallstone analysis in laboratory?

I am a medical doctor and am having dramatic results from a liver flush. I want to do a study with multiple cases in a peer reviewed journal. So far I have found two single-case reports, one in Lancet and the other in J. Gastroentol. I can pay for all of the lab work but before I do, I want to get my ducks in a row. I called the two largest lab chains and they don't do it. The NIH (National Institute of Health) only does it for their own projects. It is possible that the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine would do it but they are busy and difficult to communicate with. I am still trying. We want a lab that will say more than just " liver stones ," but give us a detailed chemical analysis. If you would like to participate in this study, either by submitting histories and lab samples, or actually helping to write the paper, please post a reply or e-mail me.

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