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RE: [IP] Boston Legal

I saw the show and generally find it entertaining. The story line though 
made little sense and did not appear to have been very well researched.

>From: Cynthia VanDenBerge <email @ redacted>
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>Subject: RE: [IP] Boston Legal
>Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 06:32:08 -0800 (PST)
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>  I watched the show Boston Legal the other night for the first time and 
>while I
>found the show to be pretty entertaining, I was quite distressed at theit
>treatment of diabetes. The jist of the storyline was that a type II woman 
>part of a drug trial for a pill for her diabetes. Well, she apparently was
>almost 'cured' of her disease when on this pill, but when taken off of the 
>trial faced certain death within a short time...because of her diabetes. 
>yes, diabetes is a serious disease, but I think that they were way over the 
>with this...and it being type II. Don't get me wrong, type II is diabetes 
>it just seemed way too much. There were some other twists to the story 
>alos. Did
>any of you out there happen to watch the show??? Cynthia
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