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Scleroderma: The Proven Therapy that Can Save Your Life ebook

by Henry Scammell

Scleroderma, which affects as many as 400,000 Americans, starts off like skin cancer but is far more deadly. This new edition is updated with new information about the best therapy for this disease, including the results of the landmark first, and a new, second clinical trial of the only therapy to report reversal and remission of this deadly disease.
I recently tested positive for Scleroderma by my primary doctor, so the month wait to see a rheumatologist was spent doing a ton of research. I happened to come across this book and quickly ordered it. Even though it arrived late and damaged, I read through it in 2 days. It is so scary getting a diagnosis of this type, but I now have so much hope that I can recover from this and be healthier than ever. I see a doctor this week that offers this protocol and I recommend to anyone that has received this diagnosis to get this book as quickly as possible. There are better alternatives than toxic drugs that don't even heal the body, only to create more health problems. I wish all of you warriors the best of luck. We can do this!
I knew exactly what scleroderma is when I got my diagnosis. I'd suspected it for three and a half years. I had researched its symptoms. I new about its progression. I knew about my life expectancy. What I didn't know was how it was treated. Once I got my diagnosis, I researched all of the top clinics. I researched all of the medications they used, and their efficacy. I found out most of them have been proven to do nothing in clinical trials. I was really depressed. I felt that there were no options. Then, I found this book.

I thought the title was cheesy. I thought the idea was too good to be true. I bought the book. I read the book. Henry Scammell wrote an easy to read, easy to understand history of how antibiotics came to be used to treat scleroderma. He explains that scleroderma starts because of a bacterial infection. He tells us about the research that has been done, and the way doctors treat with antibiotics. He also tells us the story of a real woman who was severely impacted by the disease and has made a full recovery -- and, by the way, as of today, January 2, 2010, is still healthy and scleroderma-free after nearly twenty years.

This book exposed me to an approved treatment option that I found discussed no where else, and many rheumatologists don't even offer patients. It empowered me to take the next step, and start researching to find out if this worked for other people, who they are, how sick they were, how long they took the medication, how long they've been well, and if they'd had a recurrence. After doing my own research, I began looking for an experienced rheumatologist who had treated many scleroderma patients with antibiotics. I felt strongly that what Scammell explained about the bacterial vector for scleroderma was consistent with the history of my disease, and the treatment seemed valid, and relatively harmless compared to the other medications offered.

After five months of antibiotic therapy, my symptoms are almost unnoticeable, I have energy, and feel great. I expect to continue my treatment until I am in remission. After a four mile hike up hill in September, my oldest son wrapped his arms around me and said, "Mom, I'm so proud of you for researching what you needed to do to get well, and sticking with it and doing it, so our family can have times like these." My husband thanks you, my children than you, and I thank you, Henry Scammell, wherever you are.
Antibiotic therapy saved my life. Had scleroderma and it is all but gone. I was given 3 to 5 years to live because it was so aggressive in me. That was in 2001. It's 2017.
This is true information and you can find providers that will treat you and potentially save your life. If you have been diagnosed with Scleroderma do not stick your head in the sand, FIGHT!
Great book. Gets rid of the mystery behind Scleroderma.
I'm so glad I found this book. If you or someone you know has Scleroderma this book is worth reading.
After learning that my daughter has been diagnosed with Scleroderma, I wanted to read up on this illness that was unknown to me. The book was well written and did familiarize me more with the illness, however since it was written about 10 years ago, I'm uncertain if Dr Brown's use of antibiotics is still being used.
This book was very informative with various case studies that hat included an antibiotic therapy which was successful with controlling this disease.
Scleroderma: The Proven Therapy that Can Save Your Life ebook
Henry Scammell
Diseases & Physical Ailments
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M. Evans & Company; 2 edition (October 6, 2003)
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