Re: My thoughts
As I already said, the initial survey is only to compile information and find some basic statistics that can be generalized from, not to make a conclusive study. By the survey simply being out there (I plan on cross-posting it to more than a few forums) it will lend credibility to the idea of Liver Flushing
and promote awareness. When I was discussing this with my friend, I gave a link to part of this site (the stone pictures) to him - a born skeptic like myself - and he found it hard to find information on this site credible (he specifically noted the 'Alien Experiences' forum).
Reporting ncidences of disease remission do not require a study with a wide population. Multiple short case studies would also be effective in this. Someone who had diagnosed Gallstones
(ultrasound) and then, after liver flushing, no longer had liver stones
(tested by another ultrasound) is relevant. Major changes in blood chemistry (liver enzymes, etc.) are relevant. Each of those could serve as reported incidences.
The fact is that I'm doing this on the internet. When I have more time and resources, I may attempt to conduct a local study (I live near Chicago). I may do this. The results of this survey will be relevant any way you look at it - compiling information is always better than the 'shotgun' approach one uses when they just come on these boards and ask for advice from a smatter of individuals. Plus, as I've said multiple times, that information can be used to guide future studies.
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