Vol 1 October 2000

Doreen Virtue, PhD

Dr. Doreen Virtue is a spiritual clairvoyant Doctor of Psychology who holds BA, MA and Ph.D. degrees in Counseling Psychology. Dr. Virtue is the author of twenty-two books on mind-body-spirit issues. Included in this list are: Healing with the Angels, Divine Guidance, Angel Therapy, The Lightworker's Way and The Yo-Yo Diet Syndrome.

Dr. Virtue is the founder and former director of the WomanKind Psychiatric Hospital at Cumberland Hall Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. She was also an administrator at Woodside Women's Hospital in the San Francisco Bay area. Both all-women psychiatric hospitals specialize in treating women's psychological issues. Dr. Virtue also directed three outpatient psychiatric centers, including an adolescent drug-and-alcohol abuse center.

Dr. Virtue currently lectures and gives experiential workshops on spiritual-psychological issues worldwide. Doreen's topics include: angel therapy, angel communication, spiritual healing, mediumship, reincarnation, channeling and other spiritual subjects. Many of her students are medical and psychological professionals, including MDs, RNs, psychologists and social workers.

Dr. Virtue's national media include: Oprah, CNN, Good Morning America, The View with Barbara Walters, Donny and Marie, Rosanne and other national programs. National print media include: Redbook, Woman's Day, and USA Today.

For further information, contact Steve Allen at 661-255-8283, or Dr. Doreen Virtue's website at www.AngelTherapy.com

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Fred Baughman, Jr., M.D.

Fred A. Baughman, Jr., M.D. has been an adult and child neurologist in private practice for 35 years. Making daily diagnoses of ''disease'' (real diseases like epilepsy, brain tumor, multiple sclerosis, etc.) or ''no disease'' (emotional, psychological, psychiatric), he has discovered and described real, bona fide diseases.

While a resident in training, in Boston, Dr. Baughhman became involved in chromosome research, and published a fair number of articles. Then, although he maintained his private practice, he was funded by the national foundation March of Dimes as director of the Western Michigan Birth Defects Clinic, where he continued to publish research that had mainly to do with neurology and genetics. During those years, he discovered and described what he refers to as ''real diseases.''

In addition to scientific articles that have appeared in leading national and international medical journals, Dr. Baughman has testified for victimized parents and children in ADHD/Ritalin legal cases, writes for the print media, and appears on talk radio shows -- always making the point that ADHD is fraudulent, a creation of the psychiatric-pharmaceutical cartel, and that without ''ADHD'' there would be no market for their their dangerous, addictive, Schedule II stimulants: Ritalin (methylphenindate), Dexedrine (dextro-amphetamine), Aderol (mixed dextro- and levo-amphetamine), and Gradumet and Desoxyn (both methamphetamines, also known as ''speed,'' or ''ice'').

Dr. Baughman's website is at http://www.adhdfraud.org

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Dr. John E. Upledger, D.O., O.M.M.

Throughout Dr. Upledger's career as an osteopathic physician and surgeon, he has been recognized as an innovator and leading proponent in the investigation of new therapies. His development of CranioSacral Therapy has earned him an international reputation.

Although much of his experience was garnered through private clinical practice, Dr. Upledger served from 1975 to 1983 as a clinical researcher and professor of biomechanics at Michigan State University. During those years he supervised a team of anatomists, physiologists, biophysicists, and bioengineers in experiments testing the existence and influence of the craniosacral system. As a result of their scientific studies, the function of the craniosacral system and its use in evaluating and correcting poorly understood malfunctions of the brain and spinal cord was explained.

It was also during this time that Dr. Upledger developed and refined the techniques of CranioSacral Therapy that are taught today throughout the Institute's educational programs. Dr. Upledger established the Upledger Institute HealthPlex Clinical Services in answer to a dream of reaching out to the less fortunate and doing what he could to improve their life experience.

Dr. Upledger credits his success to maintaining an open mind -- the challenge of putting aside preconceived notions and viewing each problem individually.

His address is: 11211 Prosperity Farms Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410-3487. Phone: 561-622-4706. Fax: 561-622-4771. Website: www.upledger.com

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