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What does Dr Lynch do with your donation?

Many times Dr Lynch is asked to travel to various places all around the world without any reimbursement for travel and lodging expenses.

As you are keenly aware, travel is expensive.

[I am going to stop speaking in the third person now.]

I want to say, “Yes!” to nonprofits and beneficial organizations that do not have the ability to compensate me for my expenses – let alone time.

To give you an idea, on average, it costs me over $1,500 each time I say ‘Yes!’ to speak at an event in which I am not reimbursed.

Let me be specific:

  • Tomorrow, I fly to Orlando, Florida to speak at the International Association of Tongue Tie Professionals.
  • Purpose of this presentation: To reduce the incidence of tongue tie in newborns by optimizing methylation during pregnancy
  • Total cost approximately: $1,500 to cover flight, hotel, meals.
  • Compensation: none
  • Reimbursement: none

Is this presentation critically important?

Yes.

Your donation helps offset these costs.

More importantly, your support removes the financial burden so I may be able to say, “Yes!” more often and spread the word around the world about MTHFR and methylation Defects.

I look forward to announcing how many donations have come in – and clearly outlining how I utilize the funds.

Again, thank you for your support.

Respectfully,

 

 

 

 

Dr Lynch

One Response to “Thank you for your support!”

  1. Joey January 24, 2017 at 11:30 am #

    Thanks for providing this great site on the less-known MTHFR conditions and treatments. I had been struggling for years with weight management and borderline high blood pressure. I’ve tried all kinds of diets and even went to a naturopathic doctor. None of them worked and then I found this site out of desperation. So I tried taking some methylfolate with b12 and wow I finally started losing weight! All those years of frustration and who knew it was a methylation issue all along?

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