Part Seven: “Joan’s Story”

Part Seven: “Joan’s Story”

By David A. Jernigan, D.C.

 

(From the AVS Journal #4.3)

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To contact Dr. David A. Jernigan, please call the Somerleyton Center for Biological Medicine: 316 / 686-5900 or email: ngwcdoc@aol.com.

Neurophotonic Therapy is trademarked, and its scientific foundations were originally researched, developed, and reported by Dr. David A. Jernigan, D.C.

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