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Medical facilities and clinics across the country are taking a closer look at the benefits of the Aurobindo Padmasambhava Medical Centre’s “Aurobindos Cure” therapy, which they say can help people live longer and better.

The Centre’s founder, Dr Amit Chakravarty, says that for him, the treatment is a breakthrough.

“It has been very hard to live with chronic diseases,” he says.

It’s like a miracle drug.” “

I’ve found a way of getting through it that’s very similar to a vaccine.

It’s like a miracle drug.”

The centre has been testing the new Aurobendos cure on patients since January, and its results are encouraging.

The Aurobidos therapy has been shown to reduce the severity of the inflammatory and chronic diseases caused by chronic inflammation, as well as improve cognitive and mood functions, including depression and anxiety.

“When we start seeing these benefits, we are thrilled,” Chakravart says.

But it’s not without controversy.

Some critics have questioned the effectiveness of the therapy, saying it can cause side effects, like the severe migraines and other chronic pain associated with diabetes.

Others have accused the Centre of not adequately monitoring the people who have signed up for its Aurobhendos Therapy, saying that its volunteers are not fully informed about their side effects.

Dr Chakravary says the treatment has been well received, and that it is his personal mission to improve the lives of the people of his community.

“A lot of people don’t understand how important this treatment is to their health, but the Airobindos cure is so simple and effective that even the most stubborn chronic pain patients can benefit,” he tells The Verge.

“This is a huge step forward in the field of medicine and it’s going to make a huge difference for a lot of us.”

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