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Old February 25th, 2006, 00:46
joebb500 joebb500 is offline
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Is Nancy MacGranahan's arthritis book too good to be true?

My 84 year old dad has arthritis in his hands and fingers, other than this he is pretty healthy and really enjoys fishing. But he spends a lot of time strapping himself everyday to gain some pain relief.

Over time he has bought and tried everything he could to ease the pain he suffers but with no real relief. Now I've noticed an ebook that people speak well off called "I Cured My Arthritis You Can Too" and although it's only $24.00 I'm cautious about getting it for him.

Has anyone read it, it can be found at and any comments would be much appreciated I am hoping to hear from someone who has tested the treatment suggested in the book.
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