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A group in Colorado believes in urine therapy. Doctors don't

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About once a week at the Boulder Public Library the Urine Therapy Group of Colorado meets up, with members discussing how drinking their pee has cured them from all sorts of ailments.
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"A group in Colorado believes in urine therapy. Doctors don't", MachPrinciple, July 24, 2019, https://machprinciple.com/post/A-group-in-Colorado-believes-in-urine-therapy-Doctors-don-t

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