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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