As is often the case, tragedy was the precipitating event leading to the incorporation of ILA in 2004. Saving the life of a friend with terminal cancer became Richard Joseph Chapin’s personal mission, drawing him into an intense exploration of full-spectrum light therapy. Chapin has continued directing ILA’s activities to develop new light application theories and brings current light therapy investigations to heightened levels of inquiry.
“We built an instrument that everyone can use”
– Richard Chapin and Monica Chapin.
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