Employing both wise counsel and irreverent commentary, Doc Stump and Patrick critique modern medical practices and the link between antidepressants and suicides.
“The Chinese didn’t have an opium problem until the Brits invaded and went to war against them in the 19th century.”
“There are people who love their doctors and hate their lawyers.”
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