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Arthritis Trust of America

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Arthritis Trust of America

7111 Sweetgum Road

Fairview, Tennessee 37062

United States

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Arthritis Trust of America provides information on arthritis treatment, Rheumatoid arthritis treatment, arthritis symptoms, psoriatic arthritis symptoms, arthritis articles, books on arthritis and more. ... more

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Arthritis Trust of America

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REX NEWNHAM, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. Executive Director, United Kingdom

Arthritis and Rheumatism Natural Therapy Research Association (England)Founder and President
Rex Newnham, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. was born in 1920 in New Zealand and then moved on to Australia. He served six years war service in the Middle East and New Guinea, rising to rank of Captain. His work was to ensure safety of ammunition and bomb disposal. After WWII, he married and studied of medicine in Melbourne, Australia. He had to quit after 2-1/2 years, working as a carpenter building houses. In 1950 Dr. Newnham taught science, chemistry, agricultural botany and soil science, while studying for a science degree majoring in botany. In 1964 he found that boron would heal his arthritis, and also that of others. Retired from teaching in 1978, he studied naturopathy, homeopathy and nutrition, and set up practice in Melbourne, where he organized double blind hospital trials to test the boron tablets on others. Because of hostility toward his non-patented discoveries, Dr. Newnham moved to New Zealand from whence he also started his epidemiological research, traveling nine times around the world to test and correlate minerals, including boron, in soils and relate them to degree of arthritis in the related population.
Having established a significant positive correlation between lack of boron in soil and food plants grown in the same soil, and increasing incidence of arthritis, Dr. Newnham moved to England, earned a Ph.D. in Nutrition in London in 1990, and now serves to guide people with arthritis and other diseases. (See Dr. Newnham's book, Away With Arthritis), available through this foundation, and the article "Boron and Arthritis". His findings have been accepted worldwide by the vast majority of physicians dedicated to the practice of complementary and alternative medicine.


The Arthritis Trust of America - Arthritis Trust Directors

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REX NEWNHAM, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. Executive Director, United Kingdom

Arthritis and Rheumatism Natural Therapy Research Association (England) Founder and President
R ex Newnham, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. was born in 1920 in New Zealand and then moved on to Australia. He served six years war service in the Middle East and New Guinea, rising to rank of Captain. His work was to ensure safety of ammunition and bomb disposal. After WWII, he married and studied of medicine in Melbourne, Australia. He had to quit after 2-1/2 years, working as a carpenter building houses. In 1950 Dr. Newnham taught science, chemistry, agricultural botany and soil science, while studying for a science degree majoring in botany. In 1964 he found that boron would heal his arthritis, and also that of others. Retired from teaching in 1978, he studied naturopathy, homeopathy and nutrition, and set up practice in Melbourne, where he organized double blind hospital trials to test the boron tablets on others. Because of hostility toward his non-patented discoveries, Dr. Newnham moved to New Zealand from whence he also started his epidemiological research, traveling nine times around the world to test and correlate minerals, including boron, in soils and relate them to degree of arthritis in the related population.
Having established a significant positive correlation between lack of boron in soil and food plants grown in the same soil, and increasing incidence of arthritis, Dr. Newnham moved to England, earned a Ph.D. in Nutrition in London in 1990, and now serves to guide people with arthritis and other diseases. (See Dr. Newnham's book, Away With Arthritis) , available through this foundation, and the article "Boron and Arthritis" . His findings have been accepted worldwide by the vast majority of physicians dedicated to the practice of complementary and alternative medicine.


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REX NEWNHAM, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. Executive Director, United Kingdom

Arthritis and Rheumatism Natural Therapy Research Association (England)Founder and President
Rex Newnham, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. was born in 1920 in New Zealand and then moved on to Australia. He served six years war service in the Middle East and New Guinea, rising to rank of Captain. His work was to ensure safety of ammunition and bomb disposal. After WWII, he married and studied of medicine in Melbourne, Australia. He had to quit after 2-1/2 years, working as a carpenter building houses. In 1950 Dr. Newnham taught science, chemistry, agricultural botany and soil science, while studying for a science degree majoring in botany. In 1964 he found that boron would heal his arthritis, and also that of others. Retired from teaching in 1978, he studied naturopathy, homeopathy and nutrition, and set up practice in Melbourne, where he organized double blind hospital trials to test the boron tablets on others. Because of hostility toward his non-patented discoveries, Dr. Newnham moved to New Zealand from whence he also started his epidemiological research, traveling nine times around the world to test and correlate minerals, including boron, in soils and relate them to degree of arthritis in the related population.
Having established a significant positive correlation between lack of boron in soil and food plants grown in the same soil, and increasing incidence of arthritis, Dr. Newnham moved to England, earned a Ph.D. in Nutrition in London in 1990, and now serves to guide people with arthritis and other diseases. (See Dr. Newnham's book, Away With Arthritis), available through this foundation, and the article "Boron and Arthritis". His findings have been accepted worldwide by the vast majority of physicians dedicated to the practice of complementary and alternative medicine.


The Arthritis Trust of America - Arthritis Trust Directors

www.arthritistrust.org [cached]

REX NEWNHAM, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. Executive Director, United Kingdom

Arthritis and Rheumatism Natural Therapy Research Association (England) Founder and President
R ex Newnham, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. was born in 1920 in New Zealand and then moved on to Australia. He served six years war service in the Middle East and New Guinea, rising to rank of Captain. His work was to ensure safety of ammunition and bomb disposal. After WWII, he married and studied of medicine in Melbourne, Australia. He had to quit after 2-1/2 years, working as a carpenter building houses. In 1950 Dr. Newnham taught science, chemistry, agricultural botany and soil science, while studying for a science degree majoring in botany. In 1964 he found that boron would heal his arthritis, and also that of others. Retired from teaching in 1978, he studied naturopathy, homeopathy and nutrition, and set up practice in Melbourne, where he organized double blind hospital trials to test the boron tablets on others. Because of hostility toward his non-patented discoveries, Dr. Newnham moved to New Zealand from whence he also started his epidemiological research, traveling nine times around the world to test and correlate minerals, including boron, in soils and relate them to degree of arthritis in the related population.
Having established a significant positive correlation between lack of boron in soil and food plants grown in the same soil, and increasing incidence of arthritis, Dr. Newnham moved to England, earned a Ph.D. in Nutrition in London in 1990, and now serves to guide people with arthritis and other diseases. (See Dr. Newnham's book, Away With Arthritis) , available through this foundation, and the article "Boron and Arthritis" . His findings have been accepted worldwide by the vast majority of physicians dedicated to the practice of complementary and alternative medicine.


The Arthritis Trust of America - Arthritis Trust Directors

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REX NEWNHAM, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. Executive Director, United Kingdom

Arthritis and Rheumatism Natural Therapy Research Association (England) Founder and President
R ex Newnham, Ph.D., D.O., N.D. was born in 1920 in New Zealand and then moved on to Australia. He served six years war service in the Middle East and New Guinea, rising to rank of Captain. His work was to ensure safety of ammunition and bomb disposal. After WWII, he married and studied of medicine in Melbourne, Australia. He had to quit after 2-1/2 years, working as a carpenter building houses. In 1950 Dr. Newnham taught science, chemistry, agricultural botany and soil science, while studying for a science degree majoring in botany. In 1964 he found that boron would heal his arthritis, and also that of others. Retired from teaching in 1978, he studied naturopathy, homeopathy and nutrition, and set up practice in Melbourne, where he organized double blind hospital trials to test the boron tablets on others. Because of hostility toward his non-patented discoveries, Dr. Newnham moved to New Zealand from whence he also started his epidemiological research, traveling nine times around the world to test and correlate minerals, including boron, in soils and relate them to degree of arthritis in the related population.
Having established a significant positive correlation between lack of boron in soil and food plants grown in the same soil, and increasing incidence of arthritis, Dr. Newnham moved to England, earned a Ph.D. in Nutrition in London in 1990, and now serves to guide people with arthritis and other diseases. (See Dr. Newnham's book, Away With Arthritis) , available through this foundation, and the article "Boron and Arthritis" . His findings have been accepted worldwide by the vast majority of physicians dedicated to the practice of complementary and alternative medicine.

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