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Topics: Books, Humans

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

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Wealthy entrepreneur David Wayne Haskins of Clarksville, Tennessee has many volumes of rare books an has one whole shelf of some 34 books that are hundreds of years old and he was shocked lately after pulling down a copy of "Peter's Complaint" to show a guest and discovered that the book's cover had red scaly spots on it.

Worse, the spots had spread to those books on each side of the rare volume.

Luckily Haskins has a friend who recommended a new treatment called HEALSKIN that has proved to help a friend of his who actually has the psoriasis himself.

Mr. Haskins, not being a snob, has passed this news onto us in that we might publish it here.

According to Mr. Haskins, he had his chauffeur, Maddox, to take all three books in once a week to have the HEALSKIN treatment which consists of using the medication and the use of ultra violate rays on the covers.

"Peter's Complaint" is now back with his ..it's two companions and doing great", reported Haskins.

"Should this happen to any human skin books on your shelf, call the HEALSKIN people, Mr. Haskins recommended, "but be sure to take it to your dermatologist first."

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