Primal Health Research: Four Essays Pt 2

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01/2002
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Editor's note: These essays are reprinted with permission of Michel Odent, Director, Primal Health Research Center in London and the newsletter Primal Health Research, published in North and South America by Birth Works, Inc., Medford, NJ. APPPAH is pleased to support increased circulation by reprinting these four essays as an annual feature in the pages of this Journal. For information about subscribing to the current volume of the newsletter please email info@birthworks.org or telephone: (609) 953-9380. Free access to the Primal Health Research Data Bank is provided at: www.birthworks. org/primalhealth. Email for Dr. Odent: modent@aol.com