This is why we need to have a PDF version - it’s almost impossible to print an ebook :(
Hi. I understand how a PDF, like Part 1, would be easier, but if you ask any medical authors to provide their books for free, you’d probably get laughter as a response. I think you’ll find the results of the two studies I completed (and self-funded) reason enough to pay something for it (if not, let me know—we’ll talk about a refund, OK?). But it took months to complete, and my kids and I are patients, too, just like you.
The hard copy was harder (great pun) to complete than I had anticipated, so my hubby has been working on it for many hours. It’s ALMOST READY, and it will include a slightly revised Part 1, Part 2, and an eye chapter (and some personal photos) that will make it well worth your while, I think. I’m working now to publish some of it in peer-reviewed journals where it will really carry a lot of weight with the doctors. I’m working for YOU and all sufferers. I appreciate your honor of the copyright. Bringing in some big names in my research also comes at a price—they want and need to stop the hemorrhaging of pieces of the Theory (incomplete and thus inaccurate) from getting spread out to who knows where. That lead to some problems that I’m trying to avoid. Does that make sense? Thank you for your understanding. Diana