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I haven't said anything of the sort...nor suggested it. You asked about the diagnostics of stones and I said that many stones are non-calcified stones and therefore not detectable with ultrasound. If you read through the current and archived Liver Flush Forum s and FAQS you can find many stories of people passing hard, calcified stones when doing a liver flush.
 
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