About Robert Swierski
Robert Swierski suffered with the autoimmune disease Alopecia Areata Universalis – total body hair loss – for nearly 20 years. Amazingly, he recovered in less than 7 weeks after applying RLT Microbiotic Therapy. His rapid and complete recovery is unparalleled in the literature, particularly given the length of time and severity of his alopecia universalis. He followed by self-experimenting to definitively rule out ‘random regrowth’ and establish conclusively that RLT Microbiotic Therapy does, in fact, hold the key to controlling his Alopecia Universalis disease expression.
Several related medical conditions, which had developed after the onset of alopecia universalis, completely disappeared at the same time as his AU remission, indicating an clear link between the underlying immune failure causing alopecia areata, and these comorbid conditions . These included: solar urticaria (extreme photosensitivity) which present as an intense allergic reaction to sunlight resulting in ‘hives’; and also widespread arthritis.
Robert believes that his successful use of RLT Microbiotic therapy to treat Alopecia Universalis clearly demonstrates that a successful treatment and ultimately a cure may be much closer than we imagine; that it is only because Alopecia Areata has been grossly ignored by the medical and scientific communities as a ‘cosmetic’ issue rather than an autoimmune disease that such little progress has been made. He believes that a much more comprehensive and aggressive research initiative would yield answers and progress rapidly.
To that end, Robert co-founded Global Alopecia Mission (GAM), a nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to advocating for and advancing AA research. He serves as the Executive Director. Global Alopecia Mission is based in the United States, but operates globally. Lana Becker, who became an outspoken activist of the need for increased research after her young son was diagnosed with Alopecia Totalis, is the other GAM co-founder. She is also a collaborator in the development of the RLT Microbiotic therapy, Immune Research Center, and the Healing Alopecia Areata program. RLT Microbiotic combination therapy, including the associated nutritional supplement design, is currently patent-pending as case study data is amassed.
In addition to his continuing personal research efforts, work as IRC Director of Research, and an extensive commitment to GAM, Robert blogs on the subject of Alopecia Areata, health and disease, and the benefits of positive and strategically applied nutrition in the battle against disease. Some of his blogs can be found at www.globalalopeciamission.org.
He also enjoys connecting with sufferers and supporters and welcomes comments on the subject of Alopecia Areata. He can be emailed at [email protected]
Robert Swierski’s authority and expertise is based on nearly 20 years suffering with Alopecia Universalis, his extensive research during that time, and on his successful self-treatment using RLT Therapy. It is important to note that his role as co-developer of RLT and Prommune supplement, his activity as protocol director with IRC and informal RLT therapy trials, counseling, advice, and/or services rendered as part of IRC and RLT therapy is separate and distinct from his activities on behalf of Global Alopecia Mission, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing research leading to a treatment and cure for Alopecia Areata. IRC and Global Alopecia Mission are separate entities.