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The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 01.04.17

After I give a 15 minute introduction about how the FDA may be doing more harm than good, Kim Witczak, consumer representative on the FDA Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee, joins me to delve deeply into how the FDA too often betrays its mandate to serve and protect the public, and instead serves and protects the drug companies. Specific topics include the recent unprecedented FDA action of removing a lengthy Black Box warning from the smoking drug Chantix about its severe psychiatric adverse effects including suicide; and the FDA’s present consideration of drug company requests to allow them to market drugs to doctors for purposes that are not approved by the FDA. We also talk about direct to consumer advertising. Evermore, we cannot trust big government; evermore we cannot trust big business; and we cannot trust the legal system either. This hour examines evil without finding an easy way to combat it. On the bright side, it offers inspiration in Kim Witczak and her work as a self-made, highly dedicated and effective reformer!

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Larry Butler – To Kill Our Elders

If you’re over fifty, brace yourself – I’m going to scare the sh*t out of you. Have you ever looked closely at the detail on your hospital and doctor bills? Have you noticed that the amount billed is rarely the amount paid by your insurance? And aren’t you glad that you only have to pay about 25% of the amount …

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Why the hype around medical genetics is a public enemy

Science has always issued medical promissory notes. In the 17th century, Francis Bacon promised that an understanding of the true mechanisms of disease would enable us to extend life almost indefinitely; René Descartes thought that 1,000 years sounded reasonable. But no science has been more optimistic, more based on promises, than medical genetics. Recently, I read an article promising that …

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Ask The Blood Detective – Breast cancer: prevention and natural treatments – 11.12.16

During this informative and practical exploration, Dr. wall describes the problem of breast cancer, the shortcomings of traditional treatments and the potential benefits of adjunctive natural treatments including dietary, exercise and nutritional supplements. Question such as, “can nutritional supplements and dietary lifestyle improvements reduce breast wrist?”, Can nutritional supplements specifically help traditional treatments such as radiation and chemo therapy or should nutritional supplements be avoided in the circumstances?” During this informative and practical discussion Dr. Michael Wald, blood detective, will share his 26 years of experience and recent research summary’s in the area of nutrition and natural medicine. Dr. Walter be reached at: info at Integrated nutrition and Y.com and www.blahdetective.com. His email is: info@blooddetective.com and info@integratednutritionandy.com. His phone number at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco is 9142428844.

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The Gary Null Show – 11.08.16

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program with some of the latest in the world of health and healing. Gary talks about the new study that you won’t believe that can help breast cancer.. Gary also gives advice on changing your diet and reducing inflammation. In the second half of today’s programming Gary gives some commentary on the world issues and also reads an article by Glenn Greenwalt.

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ELDON DAHL – How Far Has The Medical Profession Fallen From the Hippocratic Oath?

The Hippocratic Oath is one of the oldest binding documents in history. While the classical oath calls for “the opposite” of pleasure and fame for those who transgress the oath, fewer than half of oaths taken today insist the taker be held accountable for keeping the pledge. Some doctors see oath-taking as little more than a pro-forma ritual with little …

The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z – Nurse Aimee Whalen – 09.27.16

Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com , interviews Nurse Aimee Whalen. Amy is a polymath of the health arts. Specializing in both biofeedback and CranioSacral modes of therapy, she is also a registered nurse, a Reiki Master, and a certified Infant Massage Instructor. She trained with Dr. Linda Lancaster and completed a Masters in Medical Radiesthesia. With over thirty years of practice she skillfully combines scientific rigor with intuitive sensitivity to hone in on the patient’s body-mind as a whole ecosystem of organs and energies, in need of revisiting, renewal and compassionate care. Aimee has lectured on a variety of topics from medical care of HIV infants and children to preventing school gun violence through increased parent and school personnel recognition of subtle cues.

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Kayte Spector-Bagdady – Why You Should Worry About The Privatization Of Genetic Data

President Obama has promised to support a bold future for medicine where diagnostic testing and treatments aren’t just what’s best for most people – they’re what’s best for you. This “precision medicine” takes individual variations in our genes and environments into account. Getting there will require genetic and health data from as many people as possible to uncover the relationship between genetic differences and …

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Claire Bernish – Landmark Study Shows Half of Cancer Patients are Killed by Chemo — NOT Cancer

No matter how much doctors push the treatment, chemotherapy might not be the best option in the fight against cancer, as a new study shows up to 50 percent of patients are killed by the drugs — not the disease, itself. Researchers from Public Health England and Cancer Research UK performed a groundbreaking study examining for the first time the numbers of …