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ID 17515
  Title John V. Whaley: The Don Quixote of Illinois chiropractic
Journal J Chiropr Humanit. 2004 ;11():Online access only p. 29-37
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Having experienced recovery from asthma and allergies following chiropractic care, Dr. John Whaley became a chiropractor in 1951. He became a spokesman for chiropractors suffering from legal charges of practicing medicine without a license in the state of Illinois and was a political activist in the state to get chiropractors licensed. A controversial figure, Dr. Whaley made numerous attempts to better chiropractic in his own unique way.

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