.The book is really about the case studies. Stories of real people using their real names. Some are ongoing now for over a decade. Former heart patients who were on their death beds before discovering the "hidden" Pauling cure
[/color]This forum has been of great assistance to me in writing the book.
I’ve been told that my book potentially puts the companies/products I mention by name in jeopardy, in that these products may be confiscated by the FDA. It is possible that a legal battle of monumental proportions will ensue, but rest assured, this has been done in the name of Linus Pauling, and we will not be afraid to use his name in this battle. Pauling’s reputation will be restored no matter what happens because he was right. There simply haven’t been ANY studies run to prove it yet.
Well remember though, you are taking on Fat Pharma and all the little piggies that are feeding at the trough ...most importantly the media. be careful what (If any) talk shows or magazine articles you agree to interview in. These people will have no objection to undermine and lie about you as you already know. In a way I wish that there wasn't any more coverage to Pauling since it will bring more and stronger reactions from the dark forcesThe first person to read this book is quite timid. In his emails of late, after reading it, he has started to use the word "slimeballs" to refer to those involved in the cover-up of vitamin C and the denigration of Linus Pauling. I don’t know if this reaction will be typical, because the first volume doesn’t contain any of the suppression info. However, I think the word "slimeball" is a remarkably descriptive term, and I am seriously thinking about calling the second volume
So does that mean we get a piece of the action?
ofonorow wrote:A medical doctor could not have written this book, for many reasons, but not the least of which is that medical doctors are prohibited by law from treating patients with products, methods, etc. that "prevent, treat, or cure disease" and that have not been approved by the FDA.
ofonorow wrote:The book is really about the case studies. Stories of real people using their real names. Some are ongoing now for over a decade. Former heart patients who were on their death beds before discovering the "hidden" Pauling cure.
Next month a postal stamp bearing Linus Pauling's face will be issued and likely become a collector's item for vitamin C advocates. A new book entitled “Practicing Medicine Without A License,” by Owen Fonorow, co-founder of The Vitamin C Foundation, debuts soon and provides good instruction for Americans who want to stay heart healthy.
"Congratulations on the book, it is terrific, well written, easy to read, and probably the best literary work on the subject since Pauling. In fact it brings together not only Pauling’s teachings, but adds so much with the testimonials, and the information from other authors, such as Levy." - Bill Decker, Tower Laboratories
rider wrote:we're looking forward to this book!
Owen wrote:Well, Your doctor learns what he thinks he knows from drug companies.
DanSco wrote:My book arrived last night.
I found a typo on page 23. The last sentence should start "Adjacent segments without...."
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