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I deleted the external link, because it starts a Java applet that crashes Firefox 22.214.171.124. In Window, it's necessary to close (Windows) Firefox with the Task Manager after visiting the link. I feel that the link should be reverted only after careful examination by somebody qualified to determine the safety level of the external link. (i.e. not me) In any case, this type of behavior by an external link (indeed, the dependence on Java, let alone the crash) significantly detracts from Wikipedia quality.
what's up with that runny poop business?
I have added MEDR clinical content and will apply the appropriate talk page templates
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