I was shocked to find my blog of 26th May this year appears on the net. If you google adenoid cystic carcinoma in lacrimal duct my blog from this site appears. I don't know how or why this happened. I don't know how to remove it.
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N ext time I looked at the net blog it was dated 16th March and sometimes it comes up with the Rare C ancer Alliance , another site I use. I am so confused.I cannot my the blog on either site to delete it . Maybe it has been deleted already here. I now have to find ouy how to delete iy from Google.Any clues?
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