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|FINALLY GOOD NEWS FOR ALL DIABETICS |
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|A woman (65 years) was diabetic for the last 20+ years and was taking insulin twice a day. |
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|She used the enclosed homemade medicine for a fortnight and now she is absolutely free |
|of diabetes and taking all her food as normal including sweets. |
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|The doctors have advised her to stop insulin and any other blood sugar controlling drugs. |
|Please circulate the email below to as many people as you can and let them take the maximum benefit from it. |
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|AS RECEIVED : |
|DR. TONY ALMEIDA (Bombay Kidney Speciality expert) made the extensive experiments with |
|perseverance and patience and discovered a successful treatment for diabetes.…...

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