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Mar 6, 2017 - The Cincinnati Enquirer (Ohio)

"I can make all the recommendations, but

if the patient doesn't comply, I may not meet the goals."

Mark Miller, Fayetteville, Ark., doctor

Tim Layman has high blood pressure but stopped taking medication for it more than two years ago because "it's not really for me."

"I believe there is a God that supersedes that natural order," says the Rogers, Ark., pastor. "I've been made this way, and I'm not concerned about it."

His doctor is. Mark Miller is worried about his

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