While Dr. Dzugan and Dr. R. Arnold Smith were working with cancer patients at the North Central Mississippi Regional Cancer Center they made a startling discovery…
When cancer patients were treated with immunorestoration—a treatment that includes the use of hormones to help boost the immune system—patients who had once suffered with migraines reported that suddenly they were migraine-free.
Why were these patients suddenly free of migraine and its many related symptoms, including fatigue, insomnia, depression, and constipation? Could restoration of specific, foundational hormones be the basis of a migraine cure?
From this discovery, Dr. Dzugan developed the Migraine Cure treatment protocol out of a long-term clinical study in which all the patients—100 percent—got complete relief from migraine pain and related symptoms, including individuals who had difficult-to-treat migraine that had plagued them for more than thirty years.
Since that study, Dr. Dzugan has repeatedly obtained the same results with hundreds of men, women, and adolescents in the United States and from around the world, whether they have been suffering with episodes of migraine pain for a few months or for decades.
If they can find relief, you and your loved ones can find it as well. In The Migraine Cure, Dr. Dzugan shares with you some of his patients’ success stories and how they achieved that success. More importantly, he explains how you can realize that success as well.
The Migraine Cure treatment program is soundly based in science, it is amazing, and it is effective. It is also natural, readily available, noninvasive, and fine-tuned for each individual to fit his or her unique needs.
In The Migraine Cure, you will learn about how the program works, why it works, and, most important, how you can take the steps necessary to make it work for you—all without the use of expensive therapies or traditional drugs and the side effects associated with them. Most people who carefully follow the recommendations of the Migraine Cure are migraine-free in as little as one week.