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Never ignore professional medical advice or delay research because something you`ve read on the health services site. Always contact your provider or other qualified health care provider before launching a new treatment, diet or fitness program. The information obtained on the health services website or on the portal is not exhaustive and does not cover all diseases, disorders, physical conditions or their treatment. You should always seek a direct appointment with your provider to assess health problems so that appropriate diagnosis and treatment can be administered. exclusions from medical liability; No provider/patient relationship – The presentation of content on the health services website or on the portal does not necessarily establish a provider/patient relationship between you and the health services (or one of their providers) and is not an invitation from individuals to become patients or health service clients (or one of their providers).

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