Synopses & Reviews
This revolutionary new reference book is the only one of its kind to make specific recommendations for combining mainstream therapies with nutrients, hormones, and unique medications to provide people with their best chance of preventing or gaining control over serious medical disorders. 118 difficult-to-treat medical conditions are discussed in this revolutionary reference book that are documented by thousands of published studies from internationally recognized scientific journals. Each unique protocol provides an explanation of how natural supplements work to prevent and often reverse the degenerative effects of disease and aging. Each protocol also includes an easy-to-read summary that recommends specific supplements and dosage recommendations. William Faloon has been Technical Director at the Life Extension Foundation for the past 22 years. In 1996, Mr. Faloon became Director of the Foundation's groundbreaking Disease Prevention and treatment Protocols project. Over the next four years, Faloon coordinated efforts to collect, analyze, and integrate the findings of thousands of research findings and the experience of hundreds of innovative physicians and scientists into concise, easy-to-read treatment and prevention protocols for 115 diseases and conditions. These protocols, which are continually being researched and updated, have been published in tow successive editions. In addition, Mr. Faloon makes regular contributions to Life Extension Magazine the published monthly for tens of thousands of Foundation members and subscribers.
The Life Extension Foundation's "Disease Prevention And Treatment Protocols, Third Edition" contains exclusive information on the latest nutrient and drug therapies for more than 110 diseases and conditions. These protocols are based upon the clinical experience of hundreds of innovative physicians and thousands of research studies. It combines both mainstream and alternative medical approaches to the prevention and treatment of diseases.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 703-913) and index.