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Dr. Lawrence Brandt, MD, Gastroenterology, Montefiore, Bronx, NY
Dr. Anup Kanodia, MD, Functional Medicine, New Albany, OH
Dr. Jay Luther, MD, Gastroenterology, Boston, MA
Dr. Justin McCarthy, MD, Gastroenterology, Lubbock, TX
Dr. Christopher Napoli, Clinical Nutrition, Staten Island, NY
Dr. John Nieters, Acupuncture, Alameda, CA
Dr. Christopher Shepela, MD Health Partners, Saint Paul, MN
Dr. Wickremesingh, MD, “Dr. Wick”, Richmond University Medical Center, Staten Island, NY