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Jeanette Wheeler first met Dr. Kishore at a home school show in Rockland, ME, in March of 2016, and was immediately interested in his important work in the field of substance abuse, having had a tragedy in her own family—her sister lost her only child to doctor-prescribed drugs, and eventually a drug overdose. She is active in Maine politics and community work and had worked on two of Governor Paul LePage’s campaigns, which likely played a role in Dr. Kishore’s meeting with the Governor in 2016 lasting over an hour long. In the beginning of 2017, she worked with Dr. Kishore to help establish the National Library of Health and Healing in Waldoboro, ME.
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