Good health, as we all know, is to be valued. Unfortunately, many people are not so fortunate, contracting major and life-threatening diseases for which there is little hope – or treatment. Scientists keep looking for cures, and doctors offer difficult, expensive, and often painful treatments, but little permanent hope. What if there were inexpensive – and effective – treatments for some of these life-threatening diseases? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Julia Schopick, a Journalist and author of Honest Medicine. Ms. Schopick started researching this issue after a loved one was diagnosed with cancer. She’ll share what she has discovered and the hope it can give to many people suffering from difficult diseases.
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