I just ran across a web site in which a woman with a degree from this institution is holding herself out as qualified to treat cancer. I've seen two spellings of naprapathic, so I don't know which is correct. http://www.edensinstitute.com/aboutus.html I don't have Bears' 14th in front of me, so can't check on the school, but I suspect it's a mailorder less-than-wonderful, and it doesn't appear to be in business any longer, based on a Google search. If anyone has any info on either the school or naprapathy (not to be confused with naturopathy), I'd like to know more about it. This woman is practicing in North Carolina, which doesn't license naturopaths, but certainly doesn't allow unlicensed practitioners to treat cancer. This is the kind of stuff that Westbrook and the Clayton schools cause... they claim to legislators that their graduates are not supposed to treat anything serious, and then the graduates go out and sell themselves as qualified to treat life-threatening illness. Not good.