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What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia

The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse the Disease

Over a decade ago, Dr. R. Paul St. Amand, an experienced endocrinologist and UCLA assistant clinical professor, published his protocol for reversing fibromyalgia based on nearly half a century of research. This book offers Dr. St. Amand’s latest research on guaifenesin, an inexpensive, safe, an incresingly available medication that can help reverse the disease. The authors have seen symtpoms eliminated and normal quality of life restored in an astonishing 90 percent of pateints they treated with guaifenesin. Updated and revised with more patient anecdotes and a deeper understanding of symptoms, treatments, and results, readers will find:

–more information about the current treatment of fibromyalgia and what causes it
–new results from Dr. St. Amand’s studies about the efficacy of guafenesin treatment
–changes in disease protocol
–discussion of pharmaceuticals in treatment
–and much more
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Genre: Nonfiction / Medical / Rheumatology

On Sale: May 29th 2012

Price: $18

Page Count: 432

ISBN-13: 9781455502714

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Praise

"I have seen the magic of guaifenesin and the program in What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia work." -Devin Starlanyl, author of The Fibromyalgia Advocate
"Groundbreaking... Dr. St. Amand's research will permit fibromyalgia to become merely a memory." -Dr. John Willems, MD, head, division of obstetrics and gynecology, Scripps Clinic