Editor's note: Every month we receive dozens of thank yous from readers about how information in our newsletter has helped them or, in the case of practitioners, their patients. I usually only print letters offering information or disagreement. In honour of our hundredth, please allow us to share some of these.
WDDTY a powerful tool of persuasion
I wanted to thank you for your excellent publication to which I have subscribed since day one.
As a practising homeopath, it not only keeps me up to date but is enormously helpful to put under a new patient's nose when they are wobbling over whether or not to take the HRT, have the operation, vaccinate the kids et al. You and your team are real friends. Erica Wyld, Essex........
We read your piece and threw away the prescription
I started taking WDDTY last November. These newsletters contain just the sort of medical information I was looking for, and which is very difficult to obtain elsewhere.
My husband recently had cause to be thankful for the information in your Guide to the Side Effects of Drugs. We were horrified to learn that the drug he was taking for a bout of nausea and vertigo can have serious side effects, particularly in people over 60. My husband is well over this age. We threw the prescription away and he recovered naturally. Patricia Elliot, Surrey.........
Daring to question the unquestionable
The job you are doing is wonderful. I'm recommending you to more and more people as I discover others who are using their discriminatory intelligence and
questioning the hitherto unquestionable. I hope you can continue in the face of any pressure. D Stephens, Bristol..........
A ray of hope for a young MS sufferer
I would like to thank you for your excellent article on MS, which has for the first time given me a little hope since my 22