WHEN I WAS DIAGNOSED with a hernia, the physician said surgery was necessary to avoid complications that could arise if treatment were delayed. In spite of his predictions and the fact that I was still new to the practice of Christian Science, I felt strongly that I wanted to rely on this Science for healing.
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