- Paperback: 664 pages
- Publisher: Professional Physicians Pub &; 6 edition (April 1, 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1887742018
- ISBN-13: 978-1887742016
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,640,262 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Dr. M. Paul Farber's experience with Lyme Disease and how he was able to help himself get rid of this terrible disease. His experiences of tracking the substance that helped him rid himself of this disease and life experiences leading him to this point in his life. This includes documents from some of the sources that came from his research such as Temple University. -- From the Publisher
About the Author
Dr. M.Paul Farber
Bachelor of Arts--University of Texas
Bachelor of Science--Clayton University in Holistic Healthcare and
Master of Arts--University of Missouri in Clinical Psychology
Master of Science--Clayton University Holistic Healthcare and
Doctor of Naturopathy--Clayton University
Doctor of Philosophy--Clayton University in Holistic Healthcare and Nutrition
Doctor of Chiropractic--Cleverland Chiropractic College
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It is unfortunate that what content which MIGHT have had some validity (instead, see Robert O. Becker's "The Body Electric" and "Cross Currents" for an excellent discussion of some of the uses of silver colloids in medicine - such as healing of bone infections, etc., and Ronald J. Gibbs "Silver Colloids, Do They Work" for a reasoned and easy to understand discussion) is so completely lost in this wreck of a book. (Not to mention that it is simply hard to read because of confusing page numbering, bad indexing, frequently changing typeface, etc.)
My remaining concern is that this author, presenting himself to be widely educated in his field, cites his multiple degrees. Unfortunately, four of these degrees come from the "Clayton College of Health, Birmingham, AL", a well known "degree mill" without any valid, recognized accreditation of any sort. (See John Bear and Mariah Bear's "Bear's Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning" or check into the website (...) You will find that Clayton College's accreditation comes from two bogus accreditors, one, an individual who is a graduate of Clayton, the other a health food store. NO Clayton naturopath graduates are licensed to practice in any state where it is legal for naturopaths to practice, and there are no correctly accredited colleges who would accept credits or a degree from Clayton for transfer to their school. Employers with adequate resources to check on the validity of a degree would not accept a Clayton degree either. In addition to his four degrees from Clayton, his chiropractic degree is from Cleveland College of Chiropractic which is a college with an at best questionable history. Cleveland College has been sued successfully on at least two occasions by current and former students for its inadequacy in teaching necessary subjects and its failure to provide clinical practice sessions for the students to learn hands on chiropratic by practicing on real patients. As a result of this failure on Cleveland's part its' graduate's rate of passing of state licensing exams is poor - proof of their inadequate preparation by the college - which again casts strong doubt on another one of Paul Farber's degrees.
Becase of these questionable degrees, the fact that the author claims himself to be an expert based on these degrees, and the other problems with this book, I have to say that your money and time are much better spent elsewhere.
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