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Mary Mancini discusses new patient navigator program.

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darren steffens said on Friday, Feb 11 at 12:16 PM

i think you could have a show about my wifes work with children who have adhdand other phyc issues an she able to treat these children an adults without the use of medications by mapping the brain an training it through half hour sessions is relatively cheap an affordable but the best part is shes able to get alot of patients off medicine if you would like more info please call me thanks darren steffens my phone #516-592-9517

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