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I read your article on Dr. Joseph Eyring and was floored [“What You Don’t Know About Me Could Hurt You,” Sept. 23, City Weekly]. I thought I was the only one who had problems.

I had two different abscesses that went through my whole blood system, and I almost died. I was told not to go to another doctor. I always wondered what he did to me. I live in constant pain.

I’m so thankful for your article.

Tina Olseth
Salt Lake City

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