Goodman, Neville
December 2005
British Journal of General Practice;Dec2005, Vol. 55 Issue 521, p981
Academic Journal
The article focuses on Emma Mitchell, a natural health therapist, who has the column Ask Emma in the "Guardian." It presents information on how Mitchell dealt with her correspondent who had a history of digestive problem. She worries that she had been diagnosed with benign liver cysts. She advised alkalisation to prevent further growths.


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