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Is There A Cure For Type 1 Diabetes?


I am trying desperately to help my best friend. He has type 1 diabetes and is suffering from neuropathy in his hands and feet. if you have suggestions or can help him that would be greatly appreciated.


Here's an answer I urge you to consider.

New vistas
If we wish to think outside that box, new vistas await us.

Type 1 Diabetes is one of many auto-immune diseases characterized by the immune system attacking its host (your friend). This attack is largely seen as the cause of the disease and thus drugs and other invasive means have been devised to hopefully arrest the resulting symptoms. According to a National Institutes of Health website, there is no cure for Type 1 Diabetes…

“Currently, there is no cure for type 1 diabetes. Insulin injection is the only medication; however, it accompanies serious medical complications. Current strategies to cure type 1 diabetes include immunotherapy, replacement therapy, and combination therapy. Despite recent advances in anti-diabetic strategies, no strategy is clinically successful. How to cure type 1 diabetes without undesirable side effects still remains a formidable challenge in drug research and development.”

As you may know, I am a Stanford trained engineer and not a doctor. Looking through my engineer’s eyes, however, the obvious question to be asked is, “What causes the immune system to attack its host?” Without an answer to that question, a cure remains out of reach and thus one is destined to rely on injections until they finally exact their own toll (side effects). This, apparently, is the plight of your friend.

We can, of course, rely on the medical idea that there is no cure. However, if we wish to think outside that box, new vistas await us. Perhaps we need to look for a new cause.

To me, the likely cause for just about all our diseases (including Type 1 Diabetes/Neuropathy) centers around unresolved emotional issues such as fear, resentment, anger, guilt, grief, etc. I have repeatedly seen that resolving these health-robbing emotional issues, which is what EFT is particularly good at it (if properly done), has resolved many seemingly impossible diseases. Loads of "Impossible" Healings are on my website. Take a look at them and see for yourself.

Also, what you may not know is that our latest advancement, Optimal EFT, involves the spiritual dimension and opens the door to unlimited possibilities. My free intro e-book, The Unseen Therapist, is a good starting place.

Hopefully, your friend will explore this new direction and allow his own healing powers to take over.

With Great Respect, Gary


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