Author Archives: W. Greg Miller

About W. Greg Miller

Engineering degree. Worked as a civil engineer and mathematician for a number of years. Entered the software industry in sales and marketing. National Sales Director for a medical software company. I took a leave of absence to take care of my mother who had been diagnosed with emphysema and COPD. Began researching emphysema and after more than 6500 hours of research I developed six general protocols that reversed my mother's emphysema. Since that time more than 7000 people in 25 different countries have survived COPD through a book I wrote, "How I Reversed My Mom's Emphysema." The book is available at: http://www.emphysema-treatments.com. There is also a free ebook detailing the diet that began my mother'[s recovery. You can download it after signing up for our newsletter and confirming your email. Here is the link: http://www.emphysema-treatments.com/lpnewmenu.htm.

Logical Cause of COPD Progression

Smoking introduces a pathogen into the lungs that causes the progression of COPD and emphysema yet no drugs have been developed to stop it or kill it and the medical and pharmaceutical industries do not even acknowledge its existence. The only logical approach to COPD and emphysema. Continue reading

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Reversing Emphysema: Eliminating the Skepticism

Emphysema cure that reversed my moms emphysema and 1100 others has met with intense skepticism. Read about the other doctors who have developed cures for asthma, allergies and sinusitis that agree with me and that you have never heard of. Continue reading

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Stopping the Progession of Emphysema

Stopping the progresson of emphysema began with a simple emphysema treatment involving diet. I knew this would not cure emphysema but it was the first sign of improvement since the emphysema diagnosis. Continue reading

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