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Response to Goonch (Original post)

Yes and we're supposed to educate ourselves on our condition and medication bucolic_frolic Feb 23 #1
Haven't you heard? All experts are bad! Being educated and experienced in a thing Dark n Stormy Knight Feb 23 #9
I remember the time without the ads. This trend is another that has removed our appreciation sinkingfeeling Feb 23 #2
"I saw this medication on TV, and that's what I need." Aristus Feb 23 #3
I want to try Skyrizi but I have neither bowel nor skin problems. Earth-shine Feb 23 #4
👇👇👇👁️👁️ Goonch Feb 23 #14
I had a great endocrinologist until he MOMFUDSKI Feb 23 #5
Personal favorite: limbicnuminousity Feb 23 #6
My favorite Endo MOMFUDSKI Feb 23 #7
I worked at a pharma company in the 80's bedazzled Feb 23 #8
They need more controls on these ads dv421 Feb 23 #10
Message auto-removed Name removed Feb 23 #11
Does anyone remember the E*Trade ad for a fake drug called Nozulla? redwitch Feb 23 #12
👇👇👇👁️👁️ Goonch Feb 23 #16
They're easy to turn off. mike_c Feb 23 #13
Loads of things are "easy" that many people still don't want to have to do. Dark n Stormy Knight Feb 24 #20
Most illnesses can be treated with natural medicines, like herbs, and homeopathic medicine. Escurumbele Feb 23 #15
You mean the ads with everyone jumping around while the narrator tells you Wonder Why Feb 23 #17
Diet and exercise will keep most folk healthy pfitz59 Feb 23 #18
The Purple Pill... Blue Idaho Feb 23 #19
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