TWO PUBLIC SEMINARS AT THE NATURAL HEALTH EXPO, HAMILTON ON OCTOBER 27 & 28

TWO PUBLIC SEMINARS at the NATURAL HEALTH EXPO, HAMILTON in October 2012
“The Facts the Fiction & the Law on High-Dose IV Vit C”
1 pm Saturday 27th October
Natural Health Expo

Allan Smith

Hamilton Gardens Pavilion
Seminar by Allan Smith, (Otorohanga farmer featured on 60 Minutes) and Katherine Smith, Spokeswoman & Campaigner, Vitamin C Can Cure Coalition
Is a cure for viral illnesses being withheld from NZ? Intravenous Vit C is a well-researched proven anti-viral and is a registered medicine in NZ. So why isn’t it the treatment of choice in our hospitals? Indeed, why do they refuse to give it to patients?
Allan Smith’s recovery from Swine Flu and Hairy Cell Leukaemia was documented on TV3′s 60 Minutes Programme. The story may be viewed at this link on TV3′s website:
Seminar presented by Vitamin C Can Cure Coalition
“The Causes Of ADD & ADHD – Why Ritalin Is Not The Solution”

Betty Hooper

1 pm Sunday 28th October
Natural Health Expo
Hamilton Gardens Pavilion
Seminar by Betty Hooper, 92 year-old former special-needs teacher and researcher from Northland, presents information about the dietary causes of ADD and ADHD.
For over 25 years, Betty Hooper collected evidence relating to the treatment of children diagnosed with ADD, (Attention Deficit Disorder) and ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Watch this 11.23 minute long video, which was filmed at the Whangarei Public Library in February 2011, where she talks about some of what she has learnt and offers advice on how to treat hyperactivity.
Seminar presented by Patients’ Rights Advocacy Waikato Inc.
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