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Published: Saturday, Dec. 8 2012 1:44 a.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

It's appropriate the term "chemical" is being applied to what the drug companies are making and putting on the market since the vast majority of toxic and addictive drugs are made from carbon based oil declivities.

How family can get involved is of no consequence since they cannot put an end to being overdosed by doctors to begin with and its too painful to watch the elderly and addicted younger irresponsibly drugged by recommendations by doctor who claims to have a medical license and no conscience about the well being of their patients. No doctor ever reviews the case history of patients and they can't because computerized records of Utah exchange plans deter patient/doctor relationships.

It's been over 2 months when I had blood test done and I'm still waiting for the doctor to call me and I could be dead becasue of his lack of interest and care. Family can only help if socialized health care is abolished (Utah exchange blackmail program).

Then the there is the problem of stopping and canceling drug companies and there auto ship programs that ignore notice to stop and continent to deliver unwanted drugs.

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