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C****** A. C******, RN, BSN

My daughter, age 10, has only yesterday begun "therapy" with
Concerta 18 mg.  She was diagnosed this week by her pediatrician.  This
diagnosis was based on a questionairre that both I and her 4th grade teacher
filled out.  I've read some of your writing, and I am concerned I'm doing
the right thing for my daughter.  

[Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD:
You are not. ADHD is a
fraudulent, faux disease, a reason, justification for "treating"--never a
justification at all, nothing but a pure perversion of science and medicine,
a pure defiling of the brain and body of another normal child--yours. Need I
say more? ]

I'm not sure it's appropriate for me to ask this of you,
but I am worried.

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