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The McCarrison Society for Nutrition and Health
Professor Michael A. Crawford, PhD, CBiol, FIBiol, FRCPath.
Chair: Simon House
Encephaloscans from Association de Recherche Thérapeutique Anti-Cancéreuse (ARTAC) See pages 22-23
Before Philippe's arrival in the Forêt de Saoû.
The circulation levels in several areas of both hemispheres are seriously affected.
After Philippe had lived for three months in the Forêt de Saoû, an area with very low artificial radiation. The circulation levels in both hemispheres of the brain are significantly improved.
Philippe was no longer in a weakened state.