Dr. Solomon is a medical doctor and neurologist. He completed his training at King’s College, University of London and at The Stanford University School of Medicine. He believes in a foundation of scientific research and natural approaches to wellness and health. His focus is to educate his patients and provide proven solutions for self-care that work.
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E. L. Lim,K. G. Hollingsworth,B. S. Aribisala,M. J. Chen,J. C. Mathers, and R. Taylor. [The study] carries major implications for information to be given to newly diagnosed patients, who should know that they have a potentially reversible condition and not one that is inevitably progressive. Diabetologia. 2011 Oct; 54(10): 2506–2514.