A physician who suffers from the auto immune disorder, fibromyalgia, offers his breakthrough treatment featuring a common cough-medicine ingredient, promising relief to the 20 million Americans afflicted with this debilitating disease.A physician who suffers from the auto immune disorder, fibromyalgia, offers his breakthrough treatment featuring a common cough-medicine ingredient, promising relief to the 20 million Americans afflicted with this debilitating disease.Read Less
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I have read about Dr Armands theory' but like so many other "so called experts on the subject , he makes one fatal mistake. Fibromyalgia IS NOT an autoimmune disease. It is a dysfunction of the central nervous system. People with the condition often develop a coexisting illness that may be an auto immune disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis. I was born with Fibromyalgia and it runs in my family, I also have osteoarthritis which like fibromyalgia is not an auto immune disease.
Feb 25, 2010
Great book for learning the treatment for Fibromyalgia. It really does work. It takes time and it doesn't get better right away but it does work. Definitely recommend trying it. The book is easy to read. For anyone with Fibro it explains a lot.
Aug 14, 2008
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Highly recommend to get new information on Fibromyalgia conditions and treatment most Doctor shy away from. There are ideas to try in helping to take the edge off your pain that do really work. My wife has had this condition for almost 20 years with very little help in pain control but since reading this book and trying different idea she has had some success in this area thanks to the books ideas and trials.
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