I’m not a doctor or a pharmacist.
I don’t even know how to pronounce your name.
And, no, I’m never going to pay you a penny for this advice.
That’s why, when I read the headlines on a daily basis, I think, Why does the media seem so obsessed with this?
I’m here to tell you, I’ve never been a patient.
I’ve been a doctor, a pharmaist, and a consumer.
I know the difference between good and bad, right?
But, I also know that not everyone can afford a drug.
And that’s where my message comes in.
As a pharmacoin-maker, you can’t buy or sell a drug unless it has the right ingredients, and your company can’t do that for free.
When the FDA first approved a drug in the 1970s, it was a miracle cure for Parkinson’s disease.
And when a company like Lilly started making the first drug that helped with Alzheimer’s, it gave us hope for the future.
But Lilly has been selling a few drugs to the pharmaceutical industry for years now, and that’s when things got really crazy.
The first time I was contacted by a pharmaceutical company was for my daughter’s first brain surgery.
I was a pharmaidan, a medical assistant who worked in the field, and I went into the surgery to do it myself.
When we got to the operating room, the surgeon told me that I was being taken off the surgery immediately because he had to go to the hospital.
When he told me, he said, “I don’t have a brain, I have to have one,” and I told him that I didn’t believe him.
He just stood there and stared at me, but he never said a word.
I said, ‘Look, it’s not my fault, because you’re not a brain.
I’m just not going to be there.’
That’s when the surgeon said, Well, if I do this procedure, I will have to do this one, and we will be good.
And we will have the right medication.
He said, But I don of course, but you are.
And I said: “But you are going to have to come back with me to see me again.
I can’t wait to get to the surgery, but I need your money.”
And he said that was fine.
I think about that every day, and sometimes, I even get scared to go back there because I think of what he is going to say to me.
And it scares me, too.
But I have faith in you.
And my hope is that you can understand how you’re feeling, that you’ll understand what I mean, and then I can help you out.
I always tell people, when you feel down, ask for help.
That way, you won’t have to feel like you have to ask for it again.
Because you will know that you have it, and you will be able to get back up.
So that’s how I look at it.
And you can do the same.
You can find the answer.
And hopefully, it will make you feel better.
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