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MS therapy nothing more than ‘quackery’

Re: MS surgery helpful, but no miracle (News, Sept. 7)

Hope can be a wonderful thing, but I question the use of liberation therapy. MS is a horrible disease, but liberation therapy does little more than offer false hope. It’s quackery.

P.M. Peterson

Victoria

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