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Article 153/3 of the Geneva Convention, dealing with the usage, proliferation and defense against Biohazard grade materials has been conducting ongoing research over the last 17 years to cover the wide issue of the so called Jewish Cuisine. This clinical research has been conducted according to the standard clinical trial-and-error methodology, including two test groups and a control group. Some of the experiments include: (1) Single exposure to a single ingredient of "Jewish Cuisine", (2) Long term exposure to a single ingredient of "Jewish Cuisine", (3) Short and long term exposures to mixed ingredients.

The effects researched included both physical and mental changes over a period of time. Within this document we shall try to convey concise recommendation and treatment options for each known item that is included under the "Jewish Cuisine". (Full article...)

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