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Dr. Connolly Responds
I am not going to take issue with
your review of my book Psoriasis Can Be Cured only to state that
the treatment described in my book does work for most people who follow
the directions. It is not true that the individuals must stay on the
restrictive diet forever. Many cases can resume a regular diet with no
recurrences while others must somewhat modify their diets by restricting
some of the non-nutritious junk foods that are so prevalent today. Most
can resume the eating of fruits and vegetables. So in essence, after the
initial strict detoxification phase the patient will more than likely
return to a healthier diet than they were on before.
My main purpose in writing you is
to have you correct where to order the book. Luxis International is
illegally selling my book. Our agreement expired many years ago and I will
be contacting them.
We have a web site and a mailing
address from which the book can be ordered. The web site is www.psoriasiscured.com.
The mailing address is:
The cost of the book is $19.95
plus $4.00 S&H. There is a 30 day money back guarantee.
I would appreciate it if you
would correct your site and eliminate the Luxis International phone number
and address. -Robert E. Connolly D.C.
Ed’s Response: [On November 19th I responded to Dr. Connolly with this:]
Dr. Connolly, thank you for this.
I had no idea, of course, that Luxis was illegally selling your
book. I and others were
disappointed to learn they were no LONGER selling it because (they said)
they ran out of copies and did not wish to reprint…. It is good to know
your book remains available.
I will do two things.
I will reproduce your email to me in the December "Mail"
section of FlakeHQ. Also, I
will mention "Dr. Connolly Rediscovered!" in my December
Briefing, along with a link to your web site.
I will do what I can to ensure the psoriasis community is aware of
your approach to treating P. -Ed
Click here for my original review
of the book: June 2001 Briefing.
Click here to read Allen K.’s
feedback regarding my review, Dr.
Connolly’s Rationale Doubted.
Click here to read Amira P.’s
mention of the book in May, 2001, The
Mysterious Dr. Connolly.
Click here to read Sheryl H.’s
first mention of the book (wrongly named) in April, 2000, Eating
Right in Kansas. -Ed