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The new arthritis breakthrough

Author: Henry Scammell
Publisher: New York : M. Evans, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Discusses the theory that rheumatoid arthritis starts with an infection and describes the use of antibiotic therapy to treat the disease.

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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Scammell, Henry.
New arthritis breakthrough.
New York : M. Evans, ©1998
(DLC) 97061592
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Scammell
ISBN: 9781590771709 1590771702
OCLC Number: 818363184
Notes: "The only medical therapy clinically proven to produce long-term improvement & remission"--Jacket
Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (330 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Table of Contents; Let's Start with the Proof; The disease can be suppressed ... --
Safe and effective ... --
Uncorking the Bottle; Highly significant improvements ... --
Power, Money, Health; The Gorden Analysis; Netherlands, Israel, Britain, France; The Nebraska Study: 33 Percent Remissions; Scleroderma: The Harvard Study; A Patient's Need to Know; Part I: Waiting for Mira; Chapter 1. Cornerstone; Chapter 2. A Ten-Foot Pole; Chapter 3. Landmarks; Chapter 4. Testing the Infectious Theory; Chapter 5. Witness: Diane Aronson. Chapter 6. A Husband's StoryChapter 7. Clinical Evidence; Part II: The Road Back; Chapter 8. The Road Back; Chapter 9. Myra Frank; Chapter 10. The Golden Calf and Other Stories; Chapter 11. Lauriane Riley; Chapter 12. The Case for Early Detection and Treatment; Chapter 13. Talmadge Williams, Ph. D.; Chapter 14. Connective Tissue; Chapter 15. Symptoms and Diagnosis; Chapter 16. Depression and Other Psychological Parameters; Chapter 17. John Doe, M.D.: The Doctor as Patient; Chapter 18. Arthritis Research: A Brief Overview; Chapter 19. Curly Knowlton. Chapter 20. The Case Against Double-Blind TestingChapter 21. Lyme Disease: A Portrait of Infectious Arthritis; Chapter 22. Tomoka: The First Animal Model; Chapter 23. How Arthritis Happens: The Mechanism; Chapter 24. How Do People Get Rheumatoid Arthritis?; Chapter 25. Scleroderma: Two Stories; Chapter 26. Doctors vs. Patients; Chapter 27. John Sinnott, D.O., Ida Grove, Iowa; Chapter 28. Rheumatoid Arthritis and Your Family Doctor; Chapter 29. Hon. Thomas C. Reed; Chapter 30. How Tetracycline Works; Chapter 31. A Physicians Guide to the Use of Tetracycline in Rheumatoid Arthritis. Part III: Patients' RightsChapter 32. The Search for Rightside Up; Chapter 33. Is it Safe?; Chapter 34. Tailoring the Therapy; Chapter 35. In Defense of Heresy; The Studies; How You Can Help; Index.
Responsibility: Henry Scammell.


...can be miraculous for rheumatoid arthritis sufferers.- Health & Healing, Tomorrow's Medicine Today  Read more...


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