Answer about cuticle
Feb 14, 2007
Dear Dr. Robert, I have recently sent you a question about a doubt concerning a previous answer you gave me in August (Blood on cuticle). Rereading my post I realized I had specified the blood quantity to be about 2 millimeters square. What I meant was that the quantity was about 2 millimeters by 3. Please let me know if I'm over worrying about this and if it doesn't really make a difference. I have sent a donation (small) and soon as I can will send another. Thanks again for the great job.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Frevinsakes, Leo, do you really think I would change my assessment due to the difference between two millimeters squared and two millimeters by three????? Be reasonable!
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