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    ClarkNIght posted:

    My name is Mary.

    I have been using, studying and teaching Natural Eyesight Improvement, The Bates Method for 38 years.

    Many people claim to be teachers but they teach harmful methods such as the cataract producing Plus Lens-Anti-Corrective Method or Magic Eyes 3-D which can cause strabismus or they hide Dr. Bates work so they can charge a high price. Many teachers withhold training to the blind, low income people.

    Here is Dr. Ophthalmologist Bates' entire life's work, all his books, natural cures for every eye-vision condition from 1919 and earlier to present date. Modern honest teacher's methods included. Videos.

    Dr. Bates Better Eyesight Magazine free on-line;

    I provide free training. Don't let the crooks lie to you. You can DO IT YOURSELF!


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