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Peter Melamed, PhD, and Felix Melamed, MS, are licensed practitioners from Biotherapy Clinic of San Francisco. They are authors of the many articles on Internet, the book Natural European Way of Whole Body Cleansing, and the eBook Healthy Pancreas, Healthy You that consists of three interrelated parts:
I. Structure, Function and Disorders of the Pancreas
II. Healing Food in the Digestive (Pancreatic) and Metabolic Disorders
III. How to Improve the Exocrine Pancreatic Function, Postpone Pancreatic Deterioration, and
Heal Digestive (Pancreatic) Disorders
In 1975, Peter Melamed established Biotherapy as a natural, holistic approach to healing. Biotherapy combines the wisdom of traditional Russian folk medicine, ancient Oriental medical therapies, and European naturopathy with cutting-edge Western technology. Biotherapy Clinic of San Francisco specializes in nondrug healing digestive (pancreatic), liver, gallbladder, and metabolic disorders.
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