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Daphne, AL, United States, 2006/09/20 - Rayna Gangi, author of, "Forget The Cures, Find The Cause," begins her book signing tour at her favorite hotel on the strip.
Rayna Gangi has loved the Stardust hotel and casino since her first visit in 1968, and now she kicks off her book signing tour for “Forget The Cures, Find The Cause,” in the lobby of her favorite Vegas hot spot.
“The Stardust as we know it will be gone in November,” says Gangi. “It was my home away from home while I was there for an eight month stay, and it’s always been my favorite place on the strip.”
“Forget The Cures, Find The Cause,” has nothing to do with gambling, but instead is a book that helps readers get to the bottom of their aches, pains, and illnesses by educating them about their body, mind, and spirit.
“No so-called ‘miracle’ cures or phony promises,” says Gangi. “This book dispels the myths, exposes the intentions of people like Troudeau, awakens the reader to Western Medicine tradition, and opens the seven keys to balanced health. We have to get away from quick-fixes and band-aid philosophy,” she says. "Western medicine treats the symptoms with man-made potions. The body is smarter than that. Add your mind and spirit to the equation and you are on your way to balanced health."
Gangi will be attending the Chairman’s Club final dinner at the Stardust on October 7 and will be available for book signings throughout the weekend. The Chairman's Club is an elite group who have proven to be loyal customers and players at the Stardust.
“It’s a sad day for those of us who have been treated so well by the Stardust, but I’m sure the new Echelon will be just as friendly and become another home for many of us,” she says.
Gangi is also the author of “Mary Jemison, White Woman of the Seneca.”