Lupus Underground

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Hyde Park Media, 2004 - Medical - 117 pages
A Chicago reporter stricken with lupus gives himself the assignment of finding a way back on his feet. After spending nearly two and a half years researching and exactly $4,934.48 on tanning equipment (that's right, sun tanning equipment), he files this report on a long-ignored, drug-free, non-patentable, counter-intuitive therapy that worked. contributed to the Chicago Tribune. His feature articles have also appeared in daily newspapers across the U.S. and in Canada, including the Baltimore Sun, Chicago Sun-Times, Orlando Sun-Senntinel, Sacramento Bee, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Toronto Star.
 

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Contents

Introduction The Basics
1
Personal Journey
15
Business in the City
33
Whats Next?
53
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Anthony DeBartolo is a Chicago-based journalist who has frequently contributed to the Chicago Tribune. His feature articles have also appeared in daily newspapers across the U.S. and in Canada, including the Baltimore Sun, Chicago Sun-Times, Orlando Sun-Sentinel, Sacramento Bee, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Toronto Star.

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