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In March, Richardson was called to see a different oncologist, who advised Richardson to consider radiation.
Richardson said he told the oncologist the plan was to stick with traditional medicines. Richardson's request that the specialist still monitor the spread of the disease was turned down.
"He told me that that wasn't possible because there were many people who wanted their service and that was the ones that they would focus on," he said.
"I was actually offended."
Why should an oncologist make time to monitor a man consuming a diet of birch bark? I will not be considering any counterpoints at this time.