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July 2015[edit]

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Jytdog bias[edit]

Please see my talk page for more evidence of Jytdog being unobjective and bias - in this case towards Dr. Wachler and the page about him that is in heavy discussion for deletion.

She even made some inappropriate comments on the deletion discussion lumping him, with no evidence only assertions, to try to color him by saying that medical PR companies out there and a generalized AAO recommendation - of course nothing specific about the doctor and nothing specific as it relates to the deletion discussion. JJ Jjacksoneverst (talk) 13:56, 6 September 2015 (UTC)