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Taopatch and MS

I know I'm a sucker for every little thing MS, but I feel it's essential sometimes to be a human guinea pig in the name of personal research. 

Yesterday I tuned in to my first Taopatch webinar and am inviting you to join the party next Thursday when the theme is ALL Ms and Taopatch. 

If you are interested in the new rage you've no doubt seen on social media, Taopatch is the latest popular trend in MS treatments. Of course, I'm curious, but am treading cautiously before jumping in.

Join me 7/16/2020 for this webinar. It's free. It'll be interesting. Why not?


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Taopatch: Nanotechnology + Acupuncture for Health & Wellness

 
Taopatch: Nanotechnology + Acupuncture for Health & Wellness
 
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Thursday, July 16, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
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 Be good. Stay kind. Amen.

 




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