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    2. PT = Physical Therapist DPT = Doctorate of Physical Therapy DOMTP = Doctorate of Osteopathic Manipulation Theory and Practice IOMT = Integrative Orthopedic Manual Therapist CSN = Certified Sports Nutritionist CPT = Certified Personal Trainer GFI = Group Fitness Instructor TPI = Titleist Performance Institute (physical therapy for golfers) In short, he has a lot of certificates in sports medicine and physical therapy.

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    2. Poison           Ouch! Something hurt my arm. Soon red spots spread all over my body. So itchy and painful. I went to a hospital. The doctor told me it WAS poison. THE poison of A caterpillar! I felt sick, but at the same time I thought, “Oh, this is how it works! Amazing!” What is “amazing”? Poison! This WAS the first time I experienced poison. Actually, I had been interested in poison for a long time. Don’t look at me like that! I’ll tell you the reason. I found A book at a library three years ago. It had some colorful and beautiful pictures of POISONOUS planTs and animals. I especially liked the strawberry frog from South America. It is only two centimeters LONG and has A cute red body, just like a strawberry. But it can kill you in one hour with its poison. It is so pretty and so strong! I was surprised. The title of the book was “Poison and Medicine." The book said THAT poison can be medicine. For example, the DPT vaccine we all get is made from INACTIVATED poison. There are some studies ABOUT MAKING medicine to kill cancers from THE poisons of frogs and lizards. How wonderful! I got so interested in poison and learned about more ABOUT IT. I visited an exhibition about poison called, “Modokuten,” in Tenjin last year. It was just fantastic. What a large world of poison. Still, a very little part of that is known to us. Now my dream is to find CURES to fatal diseases from poisons. I will cure many people with poison. My mom often says to me, “Oh, reading about poison again? Scary girl! Don’t kill me!” No, mom. I won’t kill you, but I might cure you someday. Thank you for listening.

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    2. Correcting myself!- I felt a painful sting "on" my arm The book "that" said poison can also be used as medicine.-Remove the word "that" - "The book said poison can also be used as medicine."

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    2. You did a great job! Here are some minor corrections: Poison Ouch! Something hurt my arm. The next morning, I found red spots spread all over my body. They were so itchy and painful! My mom took me to a hospital. The doctor said, “Oh, it’s because of the poison from a caterpillar. Did you touch one?" I felt sick, but at the same time I thought, “Oh, this is how it works! Amazing!” What is amazing? Poison! This was the first time I experienced poison. Actually, I had been interested in poison for a long time. Don’t look at me like that! I’ll tell you the reason. When I was in elementary school, I found a book in the library. The book had some colorful and beautiful pictures of poisonous plants and animals. I especially liked the strawberry frog from South America. It is only two centimeters long and has a cute red body just like a strawberry. I’m sure you would say “kawaii!” if you see it. But be careful! It can kill you instantly with its poison. It is so pretty and so strong! I was amazed. The title of the book was “Poison and Medicine”. I learned that poison can be medicine. For example, the DPT vaccine we all get is made from inactivated poison.There are some studies about making medicine to kill cancers from the poisons of frogs and lizards. How wonderful! Since then, I’ve been interested in poison and wanted to learn more about it. What a large world of poison! *Still a very little part of that is known to us. I have a dream. I want to be a doctor or researcher and find cures to fatal diseases from poisons. I may be able to save a lot of lives with poison. My mom often says to me, “Oh, reading books about poison again? Scary girl! Don’t kill me!” No, Mom. I won’t kill you, but I might cure you with poison some day. Thank you for listening. *I'm not sure what you mean by that sentence. What is the "little part known to us"? Overall, excellent job. I found it interesting to read!

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