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Remembers story about Dr. M.C. Loy

Self diagnosis irritated the him, just a bit

By Von Price writes:
I just couldn't keep myself from telling a funny little story about Dr. M.C. Loy. One of my six brothers went to see Dr. Loy when he was 18 years old. He knew he had strep throat. He went in as usual and Dr. Loy said, "What seems to be wrong with you?" My Brother replied, "I have strep throat." Dr Loy ,(tyring to be funny) said, "Well, if you know what's wrong with you why are you seeing me?". Dr Loy was a great Doctor. I am sure that there are many stories that so many people could tell about Dr, Loy, Dr. Salato, Dr. Nell, and, also. and let's not forget Ol' Doc Bolin, as most people called him in my young days. Von Price --Von Price

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