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"We had been to other doctors to try to explain that we believed in a natural method to recover from Autism. They did not understand what we wanted and we had to explain it to them. You did the proper testing to find out exactly what individual needs Robbie had and explained in great detail how and why these things needed to be done."
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My interviews with Dr. Warren M. Levin, the “East Coast Dean of Alternative Medicine”, have appeared in various outlets and are always well received. However, there is a Mrs. Warren M. Levin that has been missing from each and every piece. I would like to formally introduce the silent partner in Dr. Levin’s life...
Dr. Warren M. Levin is recognized as the "East Coast Dean of Alternative Medicine." He has been a visionary in reporting the interconnections among many intractable syndromes with the Standard American Diet--SAD in his terms, the heavy metals in our environment, and other factors in contemporary lifestyle and drug- oriented conventional medicine. For example, he has been
Dr. Levin has found that many patients have complex problems that can frequently be restored to health when treatment addresses the multiple causes, rather than merely giving medication for the symptoms.
The story of the case fought and won by Dr. Levin, on behalf of patients seeking integrative and complementary medicine, told by the attorney who defended him, VS the State of New York.
In this publication, Dr. Levin and Dr. Fran Gare discuss the significance of Candida-related complex (CRC) and other species of yeast (fungi) infections in human health. Book info + review by Sue Vogan.
Why are doctors saying that up to 90% of children with autism are infected with Lyme disease? The Lyme Induced Autism Foundation held a physician's Think Tank to discuss recent findings.
From the hazards of BPA in baby bottles, to the increasing practice of adding food dyes where you wouldn't expect them to be in, find useful insights and advice from selected newsletters.