Dr Raffaele Roberts is the medical director of the University of Glasgow and is a specialist in the treatment of gallstones.
He has worked in surgery for over 50 years and has treated thousands of patients.
He explains why the gallstones problem is so common and why we need to be getting more treatment.
I am sitting here with Dr Roberts, and I am listening to the recording that you are about to hear, and we are going to talk about how we treat the problem.
So, let’s listen to that, because it is so important, because if we don’t, this is going to be a problem for generations to come, so listen.
Dr Roberts starts off by describing how he was called to a GP surgery, and it was just really bad, and he was on a drip for almost an hour, and they were just really stressed, and so it wasn’t just about him.
It was a whole lot of other people.
And then it was a big problem for a few days after that, and that was what got the GP surgery to say to him, and ask him to go to a hospital and get a gallstones test.
And what that meant was that the GP was treating a patient who had an infection, and had a lot of redness around his eyes, and there was a lot going on in the bloodstream.
So what they were trying to do was just get blood flow in the vein that was holding the redness to come out.
And this was the first thing that they did, and what was the outcome of that?
They removed the blood supply to the veins, and in a few weeks, there was the swelling gone.
So it was quite a big improvement.
And so this is the sort of thing that Dr Roberts talks about in the clip that you hear.
And he says, if you have gallstones, you should be in a clinic.
He says, the best way to treat gallstones is to go and get the test.
So the next thing that you do is, get a regular check-up, and the more you do that, the better the results, because then they will be able to give you more intensive treatment and, of course, they will have a better chance of finding the cause of the problem, which will be a gallstone.
So that’s a good summary of what is happening.
So I’m really interested in the history of gallstone treatment, because this is so new, and this is something that we really haven’t really looked at in a lot more detail, because of the different ways of treating gallstones in different places.
So we have seen a lot in the past, and then we have had studies that have shown some things, but there hasn’t been any comprehensive research on this.
So you can go back to the Gallstones Foundation, and see some of the things that have been done in the UK.
For example, the UK is not the only country to have the concept of a specialist gallstones clinic, but they are the only ones in the world, and as far as I know, they have a total of 13 facilities around the world.
There are a number of different types of galls, but the basic thing is that if you go to the specialist clinic in your area, you get tested, and if you are found to be an appropriate candidate, then they give you some of these different drugs to try, and depending on your condition, you will get a treatment, or you will not.
So this is a very interesting thing that’s been happening, because I am really interested, because we have not had any studies that looked at how this is working in different parts of the world at different times.
So let’s look at a few of the studies that were done, and why is this happening, and how does it work?
First of all, this was a problem that was really big in the mid-20th century, and was really widespread.
There were a lot, and one of the big studies that we had was done in Germany in the 1930s, and people died.
So if you look at this as the beginning of the 20th century in Germany, the number of people that died of gall stones in the country was quite large, and you would expect that this would be quite a serious problem, because people are dying of this, and sometimes it can be fatal.
And yet, in Germany this was actually not a problem, it was actually a fairly small proportion of deaths, and probably a lot less than the figures you would find in the United States.
And they were actually very lucky.
They actually had a good outcome rate, and a good survival rate, even though there were a number more deaths.
And it turns out that they were all treated in the same way, and, indeed, this could be partly due to the fact that the Germans were not treating the problem with a huge amount of intensive treatment, and maybe also due to a lot lower mortality rates. But it