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Thanks Don. I thought something should be said. This article I refer to had a lot of statistics, - all one sided to his point of view. Statistics are cheap and can be used and contorted in most any way one wants to use them. We can see this in every part of life these days. It is often wise to look behind the statistics and the authors to see the real picture. Jon.
I added a breif comment to the top of the story in question:
The author makes some rather strong statements in his story. He also cites a variety of statistics that may or may not be accurate. No doubt they reflect his personal opinions, to which he is entitled. However, be sure to use your judgment to evaluate the validity of his claims for your personal situation.
Thanks Mark, good, and tactful job! I can understand why he prefers to remain anonymous; all may not be so tactful in their responses. Wish he would have included some updates on his treatment results. By the date of his writing, he is still here and healthy enough to complain. Jon.