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Horrors and Internal Effects of Diseases

A reference to the harmful effects and stages of disease within the human body

Ojai, California – WEBWIRE

As we age, our bodies become more brittle, more vulnerable to injuries and diseases. Because of this, we no longer worry about external harm but internally as well. It makes it hard to believe that such small things could harm something as complex as the human body. Yet, the terrifying truth about diseases is that it comes when you least expect it, ever-changing, ever-evolving.

Do you ever wonder why we are aging and why we get sick? “Trafficking,” the third book in a trilogy by Robert Buckingham, reveals the toxic, violent underworld and how it turns the dirty business into a sea of diseases.

The book clarifies how this transformation is triggered, how it disables the defensive capillary cell signaling system, and then continues to kill all of the cells inside the interstitial space of which capillaries are present.

“What we have to acknowledge is that most of what is offered by the medical establishment is stop-gap.” A quote from within the novel which highlights the deficiency in modern medicines’ ability to stop the disease but instead treat it temporarily.

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Copies of this health reference guide are available on Amazon, LitFire, and other online book retailers. Grab a copy now and understand the dark truth of how certain diseases affect the human body.

About The Author
Dr. Buckingham is a practicing physician, research scientist, author, patient advocate, and consultant of complex chronic medical issues for 40 years.

Throughout his time as a consultant, he witnessed the rarified air of the broadest spectrum of patient experience; from seeing regular patients in the clinic, to working on complex operating and emergency room situations, to handling the sickest lot in the intensive care unit.

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