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How Queen Elizabeth II Helped me Endure the Procedure from Hell

Horror stories abound about this test, and for excellent reasons

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Among the many indignities that accompany the privilege of growing older is developing conditions that require invasive tests and procedures. In the lottery of life, one of my prizes is a hiatal hernia. I defer to the world-famous Mayo Clinic to…




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