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The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol. 17, 2nd Quarter 2002


Facial Effects of the Warner Protocol for Children with Down Syndrome

Robert J. Thiel, Ph.D., N.M.D

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Abstract Background: Children with Down syndrome tend to have unique facial characteristics which make them identifiable on the basis of appearance only. Since 1986, Dr. F. Jack Warner has specialized in seeing people with Down syndrome. Warner uses an unconventional protocol which includes interventions such as nutrition (HAP Caps, flaxseed oil, N, N-dimethylglycine), physical therapy, ophthalmology, and conventional medicine. Warner claims his interventions can help make children with Down syndrome more like non-Down’s children.

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