I sent an e-mail to Dr. Cutler about the article he wrote on the website EasyHealthOptions.com that included a lot of information taken from my Restless Legs website www.rlcure.com
Dr. Cutler didn’t return my e-mail, but the owner of the website, Carl Lowe, got back to me right away and apologized for the oversight.
He is going to put up a link and also asked me to submit an article.
“Good afternoon Mr. Wimble,
I am the editor of easyhealthoptions.com. As you suggested, we will put a link to your website in our story about restless leg syndrome.
If you would you like to write a short item for easyhealthoptions.com, I could run it in the near future and include another link to your site in that article, too.
I appreciate the fact that he even got back to me. The link and article are a bonus.
I know, a single link or article doesn’t seem like much to anyone. But having been constantly under attack for over 4 years now, with no help in sight, for me, this is a major victory.
This is the first professional support that I have received since my ongoing discussions several years ago with Dr. Leonard Weinstock. He and his team published a study showing that there is likely a strong connection between inflammation and RLS.
Dr. Weinstock was kind enough to talk to me at the time about his upcoming paper, and we actually learned quite a bit from each other. Unfortunately some RLS zealots (some real kooks) forced him (through legal action) to break all ties with me.
Still, his study speaks for itself. There is no denying the facts that it presents.