Rheumatoid Disease Cured At Last [NOOK Book]

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The book Rheumatoid Diseases Cured at Last was the beginning of The Arthritis Trust of America/Rheumatoid Disease Foundation, legally known as The Roger Wyburn-Mason & Jack M. Blount Foundation for the Eradication of Rheumatoid Disease, Inc.
Roger Wyburn-Mason, M.D., Ph.D. was a world renown nerve specialist, having had two nerve diseases named after him prior to his death. Once he searched for and found a cure for the more than one hundred rheumatoid diseases, including ...
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Overview

The book Rheumatoid Diseases Cured at Last was the beginning of The Arthritis Trust of America/Rheumatoid Disease Foundation, legally known as The Roger Wyburn-Mason & Jack M. Blount Foundation for the Eradication of Rheumatoid Disease, Inc.
Roger Wyburn-Mason, M.D., Ph.D. was a world renown nerve specialist, having had two nerve diseases named after him prior to his death. Once he searched for and found a cure for the more than one hundred rheumatoid diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, his fellow physicians began to shun him. After all, if a disease is "incurable" than no proper physician should claim that it isn’t. Such is the mind of the modern medical profession.
Dr. Wyburn-Mason claimed a one hundred per cent cure rate of rheumatoid diseases. He and fellow physicians who had actually tried his method could not interest those who professed to be interested in curing victims of this scourge. This foundation was begun to spread the news of a cure in the face of strong negative pharmaceutical interests as well as autocratic dictates from the general medical profession.
The Arthritis Trust of America (our present AKA) began with the assumption that Roger Wyburn-Mason was correct, that his treatment resulted in a one hundred percent cure rate.
Not so! After trial by numerous alternative/complementary practitioners it seemed that fifty percent was the best that could be expected, although some doctors got a consistent 80% cure rate.
Fifty percent!? Eighty percent!?
Where presently only "immune system" modulators and pain relievers are offered to all victims with a 0% cure rate?
An additional article was added to this book. "How to Get Well" describes what we’ve learned since 1982. Getting well from rheumatoid disease of any kind is generally an easy chore -- except that to be sure of wellness a number of factors must be explored and adhered to. These are all described.
As a bonus, the same general treatments when sincerely tried will also bring about great relief -- "cures" -- for victims of other allegedly "intransigent" diseases.

Cordially,

Anthony di Fabio
57,236 Words
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014178693
  • Publisher: Arthritis Trust of America
  • Publication date: 3/30/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 506 KB

Meet the Author

Anthony di Fabio is the pen-name for Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr. who has been the CEO/Secretary of the non-profit, tax-exempt charity, Arthritis Trust of America which is dedicated to halting rheumatoid diseases in the world.
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