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I just wanted to share with you this great Testimony.  We just love helping people feel better and enjoy their life the way they should.

Patient Testimony: What Was It Like Before I Came to See Dr. Mark?
I was having a lot of pain in my hands – it was so bad I couldn’t sleep. Went to the doctor and they ran test for Lupus, Gout and Arthritis. They said everything was negative but said my immune system was not where it should be.  She also said we’ll see you in six months. That is when I went to Dr. Mark.
How Is It Now?
I started the nutrition program with Dr. Mark and in the three months I had no pain and feel more like I did at 40 – I am 69.  I’m also off all prescription drugs.    (J.T.)


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