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Do not use anything you read here to diagnose or treat any disease or health condition. Always consult a veterinarian or other certified professional.
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In using this site, you agree never to ignore the advice given by a certified professional in favor of something you can read here. You also agree to never delay in seeking the advice of certified professionals by instead relying on information found on this site.
Our official stance is you must ALWAYS seek professional advice when it concerns the health and well-being of your aquarium inhabitants. Never rely solely on information found on the internet, on this site or any other. The health and life of your fish is far too important to do so!