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Exposing the Dangers and True Motivations of Conventional Medicine : A Summary of the Most Commonly Misdiagnosed Illnesses of Modern Medicine
by Dr Kevin Ford


Overview - Americans often feel frustrated, insignificant, and powerless when it comes to getting the medical care they need. To make matters worse, we're living in a world saturated by pesticides, herbicides, chemicals, genetically modified and chemically enhanced foods, and invisible electromagnetic threats from technological devices.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Americans often feel frustrated, insignificant, and powerless when it comes to getting the medical care they need. To make matters worse, we're living in a world saturated by pesticides, herbicides, chemicals, genetically modified and chemically enhanced foods, and invisible electromagnetic threats from technological devices. Dr. Kevin Ford exposes the fallacies and hypocrisies behind conventional medicine today while also providing new directions for improved health care. He provides insights to help you: augment well-being and deter illness; reclaim power over your own health and wellness; avoid and minimize exposure to potential health threats benefit from natural dietary, detoxification, and other therapies. Conventional medical doctors routinely risk losing their license if they prescribe safe and natural treatments to help patients regain their health. Dr. Ford reveals why they should be using natural treatments to help all age groups.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781483425511
  • ISBN-10: 1483425517
  • Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services
  • Publish Date: February 2015
  • Page Count: 218


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