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What can one do when a hubber states 'facts' about a medical issue that you know to be untrue?


 

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    Mott-StenersonPhD 4 years ago

    Excellent analysis ShyeAnne! There is no way to eliminate human error from the system! To correct someone, or to not correct, that may be the question. Yet, either way, it can still be a great day!

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    Mott-StenersonPhD 4 years ago

    Excellent point. Consider it a "battle of the sources." If we are talking about marijuana, the government's stance is that it a dangerous drug. Medical research in states with medical marijuana programs indicates just the opposite. Who to believe?

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