HAIR LOSS DURING CHEMOTHERAPY CAN OFTEN BE AVOIDED
“During my extensive clinical work I have been able to help many patients keep their hair during chemotherapy.” – Darren Grech in the past 20 years has conducted over 35,000 consultations covering many medical conditions from patients all over Australia and overseas.
It took many years to develop the Formula, which is now made available online.
Safe to take whilst on Chemo or Radiation Treatments.
Can also assist Energy & General Immunity Function whilst having Chemo or Radiation treatment. (*)
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This Formula contains;
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PERTH’S NATURAL MEDICINE EXPERT 20 YEARS FULL TIME CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
CLINIC: 443 Great Eastern HWY, Redcliffe, WA.
DARREN GRECH D.H.M. D.B.M. D.T.M. M.A.H.A. M.A.R.O.H.
Darren Grech (Advanced Diploma Homœopathic Medicine (Health Sciences), Advanced Diploma Herbal Medicine (inc. Nutrition & Biochemistry), Member of AHA(Australian Homœopathic Association), Registered member AROH (Australian Registrar of Homœopaths).
Darren is one of Western Australia’s most dedicated, experienced and committed practitioners.
Darren Grech has had extensive training in both the principles of Naturopathy & the science & therapeutics of Homœopathy. His main passion is for the original Hahnemannian system of Homœopathy, which in fact is rarely taught or practiced today. His purpose is to encourage, research, advance, and help explain all subjects concerning healing & Homœopathy. He gained his Advanced Homœopathy Diploma through the Sydney College of Homœopathic Medicine (4 years) as well as post graduate studies with the Canadian Academy of Homœopathy (2 years). Darren also spent time studying and attending clinics with Homœopathic doctors in India.
He also holds Natural Medicine qualifications (4 years), achieving his Advanced Diploma of Herbal Medicine & Health Sciences at the Australian Institute of Natural Science, The Dorothy Hall College of Herbal Medicine (including Nutrition, Naturopathic Philosophy & Iridology), QLD Institute of Natural Science (Biochemistry) and his Diploma of Therapeutic Massage (1yr) at the Australasian Academy of Natural Therapies in Sydney.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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(*) DISCLAIMER: results may vary from person to person