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This Slithery Disease Requires Snake OIl (Pt 5)

Posted Nov 21 2008 4:26pm
The naysayers argue that lack of research funds and safety testing for a supplement or funny-sounding modality automatically means it shouldn't be touched with a 10-foot pole, but as my favorite CFIDS researcher Rich Van Konyenburg, PhD says, the saying "if you build a better mousetrap, the world will beat a path to your door" is bunk when it comes to non-traditional medicine. True, we should take anything we ingest or funky lights we project on our body with a grain of salt and do our research for each the best we can, but no way does that mean we shouldn't allow the glacial pace of government-funded CFIDS research to determine what should or shouldn't be tried.
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