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Almas Hussain-Grenz

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If you've ever wondered why Western medicine has failed so spectacularly at healing many of the common diseases affilicting Americans, then this program is for you.

Researchers are now looking to space medicine concepts and therapies to improve and enhance human health for everyone.  Many believe that what has been learned from space programs regarding chronic illness and diseases can be applied to earthbound humans as well and this approach can achieve amazing results.

Space scientists have asked themselves:

Why has chronic illness become so commonplace? Could our conventional medical methods be too linear for our complex body chemistry? Could the problem really come down to properly addressing the body’s interdependent needs and reactions? Is this why conventional medicine often fails with chronic illness?

Teresa's guest,  Almas Hussain-Grenz, joined her by phone from Germany, where she is head therapist under Dr. Enrico Edinger, a renowned professor in space-travel medicine.

Edinger and Hussain-Grenze believe space medicine holds the answer to addressing chronic illness in a new and exciting way. Almas is going to share with us how breakthroughs in this exciting field of medicine are responsible for the unique strength and vitality of Russian cosmonauts returning from space in the 1990s and how we can benefit as well.

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