In May, 1894, I was obliged to give up my business, and...

In May, 1894, I was obliged to give up my business, and our family physician, with a noted specialist in Boston, diagnosed my case as locomotor ataxia, and said it was incurable. I suffered great pain, and could not walk without a cane. My left leg was paralyzed nearly to my hip. I was under the doctor's care for about one year, but did not improve, and was going to a hospital when Christian Science was brought to my attention. I began treatment April 1, 1895, and continued until June I, when I was so greatly improved that I could walk a long distance without my cane and suffered no pain. During the following summer and fall my healing was slow, but there was a gradual improvement. To-day I consider myself a well man, and have no symptoms of the trouble. If any further information is desired by any one I shall be glad to give it.—Frank H. Dunton, Portland, Me.

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The Unseen Friend
July 14, 1906

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