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Posted Sep 28 2008 1:29pm

 

Abram Hoffer, MD, PhD

From Schizophrenia Digest:

Orthomolecular Medicine

Can vitamins help those that medications have failed?

by Paul Forsyth

Excerpts:

Nearly 40 years ago, Tom Krampt felt there was no hope.  It was the late 1960’s and Krampf’s life was on a downward spiral.  The New York writer and his engineer wife, Francoise had moved to France, and Krampt - who would later be diagnosed with schizophrenia….

Things changed for Krampf, now 73 when he hooked up with the late psychiatrist William Douglas Hitchings, MD, a Canadian doctor working in New York.  Hitchings was a believer in orthomolecular psychiatry, a controversial field of medicine that proposes mental abnormalities can be treated by correcting imbalances or deficiencies among naturally occurring biochemical constituents of the brain - most notably vitamins and other micro nutrients….

Read the [ entire article ].

 

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