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Thanks for this helpful article - particularly for that link to University of Aberdeen review (unfortunately can't pay for the full report).

'L-forms are still "unfamiliar to many microbiologists" and are often regarded "with scepticism." ' It's no wonder that for two and half years I've tried to engage in discussion with a number of doctors, pharmaceutical employees, and an NHS lab microbiologist and all were incredibly dismissive that I might know something about some strange L-form bacteria that they didn't.

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