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The genesis of this article lies with well qualified physicians and pharmacists at a well respected university in California who not only hold this myth to be true, but also repeatedly have disputed the author’s suggestion of the alternative. Other less combative and former holders of this myth have been amongst those studying for the Diploma of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom. They are all acknowledged.
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