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Re: Fw: lotus

In a message dated 05/07/2003 5:55:32 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
jsinger@igc.org writes:

> me, too. there are lots of leeches in the medical industry. and their 
> number seems to be increasing.
> At 01:39 PM 5/7/03 -0500, you wrote:
> >Donna,
> >I'm no nurse, but I had read that some of these methods have been
> >revisited. I believe I even saw one of the tv hospital dramas include
> >leeches in a story.
> >

Leeches are a very old remedy for a black eye - better than a beefsteak.  

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