The One-Minute Cure: The Secret to Healing Virtually All Diseases | Paperback
by Madison Cavanaugh (Author)
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Think-Outside-the-Book Publishing, Inc.
1st Paperback Editionst Edition
August 21, 2008
• The Greatest Healing Miracle
Product Description The One-Minute Cure reveals a remarkable, scientifically proven natural therapy that creates an environment within the body where disease cannot thrive, thus enabilng the body to cure itself of disease. Over 6,100 articles in European scientific literature have attested to the effectiveness of this safe, inexpensive and powerful healing modality, and has been administered by an estimated 15,000 European doctors, naturopaths and homeopaths to more than 10 million patients in the past 70 years to successfully treat practically every known disease -- including but not limited to cancer, AIDS, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease. hepatitis, multiple sclerosis, herpes, Rheumatoid Arthritis and asthma.
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