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Problems with Prof De Meirleir's clinic

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by olliec, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. Sushi

    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    I and some of my friends have had dramatic improvement with GcMAF and Nexavir. You can open a chat with me if you want to know more.

    Best wishes,
    Sushi
     
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  2. Rrrr

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    yes, calling KDM's clinic is better than emailing. they do not reply to emails easily. i, too, have had to ask a question via email a few times before i'd get an answer. it can take weeks to get an answer vie email. call instead.

    the trouble is, i think (just guessing here), that the staff have to ask kdm most every question, because they don't know the answer as they are just administrative staff. there is no physician's assistant there to pick up the slack of where KDM leaves off (because he is too busy).

    i can say that enlander's staff is also overworked and busy. like most doctor's offices. but they do reply to emails. and enlander is easier to talk with. he is kinder and friendlier. is he "smarter," more knowledgable and have better treatments? i am not sure. and that will depend on each person's reactions to the treatments.

    both enlander and kdm use kdm's gcmaf. kdm has you on nexavir and enlander has you on his similar concoction called hepapressen (sp?).

    i do think enlander has patients from around the globe. but i'm not sure. it is likely, tho.
     

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