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The Heart by Matthias Rath

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The Heart
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Publisher: MR Publishing
Number of pages: 96

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Only once in the course of human events comes the time when heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular conditions can be eradicated. The time is now. Just as the discovery that microorganisms cause infectious diseases led to the control of infectious epidemics, so will the discovery that heart attacks and strokes are the result of long-term vitamin deficiencies lead to the control of the cardiovascular epidemic. Mankind can eradicate heart disease as a major cause of death and disability during the 21st century.

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