was started in 2005 by Jim Kepner, a clinical psychologist who works in Shaker Heights, Ohio. It has pages full of cited research about the ubiquitous C pn, much from Vanderbilt University.
My husband is Dr David Wheldon, a graduate of Bristol University who did a lot of his postgraduate training at the John Radcliffe Hospital, one of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. He treated me with the Vanderbilt protocol for C pn which has ensured that from being told eight years ago by my neurologist that my working life was over, I have done nothing but improve. I can't walk or cycle as far as I used to, but most people can't because it was a long way. I have had no relapses in all that time, though, and although David is reluctant to say that I am cured until I reach ninety, he is more than happy at the way things are progressing.