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H. Mislin and D. Rathenow, "Beeinflussung Des Spontanrhythmik Der Isolierten Mesenterialen Lymphgefässe (Lymphangion) Durch Diverse Pharmaka," Helvetica Physiologica et Pharmacologica Acta 19 (1961): 87. 32. J. Asdonk, "Lymphdrainage Und Molekularmassage," Physikalische und Rehabilitative Medizin, Heft 10 (1967). 33. T. Brinker, M. Boker, and M. Foldi, "Manual Lymphatic Drainage of the Head and the Neck for Treatment of Increased Intracranial Pressure," Progress in Lymphology XIV, in Lymphology 27, eds. C. L. Witte and M. H. Witte (1994): 614–17. Bruno Chikly, MD, DO, LMT, is course developer and teacher at the Chikly Health Institute. He is an osteopath and medical school graduate from Paris, France, where he received the Medal of the Medical Faculty of Paris VI for his thesis on the lymphatic system. An international seminar leader, lecturer, and writer, Chikly is the author of Silent Waves: Theory and Practice of Lymph Drainage Therapy (IHH Inc., 2005), the first extensive book on the lymphatic system and lymphedema published in North America. In addition to his innovative contributions to the field of health, he has now developed and expanded his work into neuroscience with his hands-on Brain Therapy curriculum. Alaya Chikly, LMT, co-teaches with him and is the developer of Heart Centered Therapy. Both live in Scottsdale, Arizona. For more information, visit www.chiklyinstitute.com. LYMPH IN THE BRAIN

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