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Update on Adding Kalawalla to Pagano Regimen
from Robin

Hi Ed:  Hope the holidays are finding you well and stress free.

I am finally seeing progress.  It has been 8 months since I began the Pagano regimen and it has been rough going.  The flare I experienced was quite severe, but with Dr. Pagano's support and encouragement, I was able to persevere.  I did add the Kalawalla about 2 months ago with Dr. Pagano's approval.  My skin has improved dramatically within the last month or so.  I would say that it is about 60% better and seems to be improving a little each day.  Possibly the Kalawalla has been the catalyst. I am hopeful that I will be clear within a couple of months.  I do understand why some folks are unable to stick it out with this regimen, but I can now say that it is well worth it! 

I am also ready to start that natural healing support group here in Sarasota.  The first meeting is set for January 25 (see below).  I will keep you posted on the outcome.  Also, please inform your readers that if there is anyone in the Sarasota area who is interested, please contact me at  [email protected].

By the way, I have heard from a few of your readers who are trying the Pagano regimen.  It has been a great online support group.  Thanks for helping me make contacts.

I am off next week for a cruise with my husband to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary.  Hopefully the culinary temptations won't be my downfall.

Stay well, and have a happy holiday. -Robin

Natural healing support/study/networking group now forming.
First meeting Wednesday, January 25, 2006 at 7:00 pm.  No Fee.
Unitarian Universalist Church (in the library), 3975 Fruitville Road, Sarasota
Suggested readingHealing Psoriasis – The Natural Alternative
For more information call: 941-928-9463 or email: [email protected]


Ed’s Response:  Thanks for the update, Robin, and news about the Sarasota Support Group.  Hope you have a good turnout.  And I hope everybody looks at you askance and asks, “Why are you doing this?  You don’t have psoriasis!”  <Wink>  -Ed

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