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As a physician, I am amazed by and man grateful for the use of all of thesediagnostic and therapeutic modalities. ilot, kes? All of life is interdependentin sickness hich and in health. Environmental medicine differs from traditional medicine :eat- only in that it can-in the face of the overwhelming evidence-no longer ated look at patientsand their presentingpathology and complaints isolatecl )ose from the air,water,soil, food, workplace,home environment, and emotional 'rigi- that person's environment.

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