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The fact-check of this post proved it incorrect and therefore it was removed. The fact-checked post and article did not quote a source for relating millet and kidney stone treatment. Truthmeter undertook an extensive search of global well-known medical and nursing sites, and quoted a statement by a resident doctor, but despite all, no connection could be found between millet and kidney stone treatment. After publishing the fact-check, a link was brought to our attention of a scientific study researching this relatedness due to which we decided to retract the fact-check. We also invite the editorial department of the site to link the studies they are referring to within the articles published.