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Ask the Doctor: Leg Veins

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Varicose veins.

Spider veins.

Deep vein thrombosis.

There's a lot to worry about. But tonight there's help in our Ask the Doctor segment.

Dr. Robert Merchant is with Reno Vein Clinic.

He'll take your calls tonight starting at 5pm through 6pm. Just call 858-2222 to speak with him.

For future questions, contact the Reno Vein Clinic at (775)-329-3100 or Toll Free (877)-482-7285.

You can also go to http://www.renoveinclinic.com/

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