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Dr. Klatz   In this edition of Immortality Now! host Ronald Klatz M.D. visits with Martin P. Gallagher, M.D., DC.
Dr. Gallagher has a large functional & metabolic medicine practice in Jeannette PA and has the unique distinction of being triple-licensed, as a board-certified family physician, chiropractor and medical acupuncturist.
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