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Fibromyalgia Well-Being by Dee Campbell
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Fibromyalgia Well-Being

by Dee Campbell

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Very informative and gives hope to suffers of fibro thank you for giving me someone elses view of this horrible disorder. ( )
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In 2007, when Dee Campbell learned that she had been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, she began a personal quest to learn all she could about the disease, treatments, and outlooks. Now she shares the result of her extensive personal research and experience, with the hope of inspiring others living with fibromyalgia to do just that: live. Her story is one of a journey back to health, happiness ...and hope. She draws on a range of interventions and embraces a holistic view of the individual. Dee's success is a testimonial to the importance of remaining positive, empowered, and open-minded.… (more)

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