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The content of this website is intended to offer general information about Mastocytosis and related diseases. It is not intended as a substitute for the knowledge, expertise, skill, and judgment of physicians, pharmacists, and/or other health-care professionals in patient care. None of the information contained in this web site is intended to be used for decisions on diagnosis or treatment. Questions and concerns regarding diagnosis and treatment should be directed to a health care professional. If you have a health concern, see your doctor. If this is an emergency, dial 911 or visit your nearest emergency department. This website is not and should not be considered medical advice. Visitors to this site should not engage in self-diagnosis. SEE YOUR DOCTOR.
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