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Daveo
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There is no place in this world for reassurance, reassurance is what leads to getting things wrong which leads to law suits.
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very true, I agree entirely, but I don't think an online diagnosis of a brain tumour and subsequent death is particularly wise either.
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(Original post by joyabbott)
very true, I agree entirely, but I don't think an online diagnosis of a brain tumour and subsequent death is particularly wise either.
its breaking the law to diagnose cancer if you're not a medic
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its breaking the law to diagnose cancer if you're not a medic
Don't think it is. Its illegal to give false negatives, and illegal to try and claim to be able to treat it.
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Don't think it is. Its illegal to give false negatives, and illegal to try and claim to be able to treat it.
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blah. don't really know, knew the treating law tho.
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