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Letter: Let’s spread the word about alternative treatments

I've spoken with many people over the years about a common frustration, and that's the inability to get someone to help find the answers to questions about natural healing (such as, does it work? Is there information that's somehow slipped throug...

I’ve spoken with many people over the years about a common frustration, and that’s the inability to get someone to help find the answers to questions about natural healing (such as, does it work? Is there information that’s somehow slipped through the cracks that I should be aware of? How do I find such information?

Well, for example, check the website www.thetruthaboutcancer.com for a YouTube video series to see what the other side has to say, or www.altcancer.com for more surprising information.

I’m looking to form a discussion group of lay people to share knowledge of nutritional and other holistic cures and treatments for sickness and degenerative disease from Alzheimer’s, ADD, autism and arthritis to ALS and MS -- from cancer to colitis, chronic fatigue, Lyme disease and beyond.

Are you open-minded and interested in meeting with others to share and discover non-traditional treatments that have worked for you and others? Tired of your knowledge falling on deaf ears? Me, too. Let’s keep it simple and informal. A doctor of naturopathic medicine contacted me and said he’d be happy to share his knowledge if there’s an interest. Additionally, I’ve spoken with a woman in Mankato who belongs to one such group of about 40 people who would share what she knows with others.

If interested, please call me at 376-9459.

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