Arthritis

Arthritis : Little Known Treatments

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Arthritis: Little Known Treatments describes a number of medical treatments that are normally not known, even to your family medical doctor. We also describe treatments that have been effective against rheumatoid disease. At the end of this book we also cover everything we've learned since the Arthritis trust of America was founded in 1982. 36,828 words.show more

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  • Paperback | 138 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 195g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514294761
  • 9781514294765

About Anthony Di Fabio

Anthony di Fabio is the pen-name for Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr. Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr. has been CEO of the Arthritis Trust of America charity since 1982. He writes for the charity under the pen-name of Anthony di Fabio, also works found on Kindle and Nook. When the work of the English Roger Wyburn-Mason, M.D., Ph.D. and American Jack M. Blount, M.D. quickly got Chapdelaine well from "galloping" rheumatoid arthritis in the early 80s, they, along with dozens of American doctors, formed The Arthritis Trust of America. Chapdelaine received his BA degree from Iowa State Teachers College Majoring in mathematics and minoring in chemistry, physics and psychology. He received his MA degree from Geoge Peabody College for Teachers majoring in mathematics and psychology. Chapdelaine taught all levels of mathematics in several colleges or universities. At one university he applied for and received a half million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation to help develop Computer Assisted Instruction. Its principles, developed further by others, are now to be found in handheld devices for teaching mathematics and other subjects throughout the world. He was a psychometrist for the US Air Force, also system analyst when computers were first funded by the Air Force. He also was City Manager of a small city and ran several small mom and pop businesses. During World War II, the army sent Chapdelaine to the University of West Virginia to become a civil engineer. Six months before graduating he requested transfer overseas to join the physical battle. Unfortunately -- or perhaps fortunately -- the war ended.show more

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