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Lymphoma Treatment with Pacific Yew and Pokeroot

@inproceedings{Friedman2012LymphomaTW,
  title={Lymphoma Treatment with Pacific Yew and Pokeroot},
  author={Michael Friedman and Joshua E Baisley},
  year={2012}
}
42 Friedman—Lymphoma Treatment Michael Friedman, ND, is Executive Director for the Association of Advancement of Restorative Medicine and Chief Scientific Officer for Restorative Formulations, Montpelier, Vermont. Joshua Baisley, BSc (Hons), is a medical writer in Ontario, Canada, with over 7 years of preclinical and clinical research experience in natural health products; he has published four peer-reviewed articles. 

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