Thank you for that response. I am aware of your Board qualifications, I have read your mini-bio, and believe it or not I do respect the work that went into attaining. But I would like for you to understand that "Board Certified" is no more authoritative to me that "clinically proven" because the only real proof comes from the people who use the product, and in all of the reviews of GALLCLEANSE that I have read only one was negative - it simply didn't work for them. What scares me is your rigidity and refusal to even entertain the idea of listening to the patients' review. The same Board that certified you also certified the doctor that convinced my mother to have part of my genitals amputated when I was born "just incase" there might be complications in the future. Ripping my gall bladder out "just incase" there might be problems is not an answer, and a flippant disregard for the greater consequences of that action scares the crap out of me. I'm not trying to fight with you, Doctor; but if this online service is merely a machine that I insert $25 into to get a heartless inhuman textbook response I'd rather take my chances with the GallCleanse.
Now, earlier you said that no gallbladder cleanse has been clinical proven to dissolve gallstones, and you withheld until now the information that there are medications that can do it. I wonder why the hospital doctors did not inform me of this when they told me that my gallbladder was healthy. While writing this reply I called the hospital and spoke to my attending physician, Dr. Ralph Delorie, (which is the cause of my delay in response) who said that my gallbladder has several stones but is perfectly healthy and not in eminent danger.
You said, "Whether it will have the other effects that you mention is speculative, with no real data. It is an educated guess at best." I'm assuming that you are speaking of the blood pressure? So then, shall I conclude that you disagree with the findings of the doctors at LiveStrong.com? Or, if you do not know the answer, is there someone else there that does?
What I am asking of you, doctor, is to think for yourself.