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Old 03-28-2010, 04:19 PM   #1
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The Kidney Disease Solution by Duncan Capicchiano

Hi, I am new to this forum. I suspect that I have kidney disease, but as yet wait to have it confirmed.

I have been on the web reading about the above book.

I am just wondering if anyone has any experience of hearing about this book, or trying it? I must admit it seems too good to be true.

It also says that if you are not satisfied after 60 days, you will get your money back. I am just wondering if they really do do this?

Any responses appreciated.

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Old 03-28-2010, 04:46 PM   #2
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Re: The Kidney Disease Solution by Duncan Capicchiano

Sorry, but I tried many things and did monstrous amounts of research. There is no cure for any type of kidney disease. Some are much slower progressing than others, but there are no cures. Anyone that takes your money for this sort of thing is in the business to make money - not to heal.

I did a search on this guy's name and he also has a book called "the Hypothyroidism Solution". With two books like this it is definitely too good to be true. You can't cure everything.
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Re: The Kidney Disease Solution by Duncan Capicchiano

One more thing. He also has the "Hepatitis ABC Solution" and the "Liver Cirrhosis Solution". It gets scammier and scammier.
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Old 03-28-2010, 05:36 PM   #4
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Re: The Kidney Disease Solution by Duncan Capicchiano

Thanks for that. It does sound scammy. Not about to waste $67 then....

 
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Re: The Kidney Disease Solution by Duncan Capicchiano

Acutaly Duncan Capicchiano is my Naturopath and I see him here in Melbourne, so he is not a scammer. He is treating me for thyroid conditions and it has helped me a lot! I also know he specialises in kidney conditions and liver diseases. He is treating a friends aunt for kidney disease as I referred her and she has had great results so far as to stop using dialysis. <edited> I am a huge believe in naturla medicine it has done wonders for me.

Good luck with your health.

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Re: The Kidney Disease Solution by Duncan Capicchiano

Well that is really interesting. Thank you.

 
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Re: The Kidney Disease Solution by Duncan Capicchiano

Acute kidney disease (which makes up only a small percentage of cases) can be reversed, but chronic kidney disease cannot. Make sure you know the difference and that distinction is made when the discussion arises of someone getting off dialysis. Many acute patients only require dialysis in the short term. A chronic patient requiring it will die without it.
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