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  • Dr. Abram Hoffer Posted February 2, 2009

    Dr Hoffer helps us debut our series of Natural Health Science Mavericks and who better than Dr. Hoffer to do so. Dr. Hoffer’s research and clinical cases which began in 1950 led to the field of orthomolecular psychiatry. Dr. Hoffer has taught many physicians to look at the orthomolecular agents, such as ascorbic acid and niacin, which can rebalance the patient’s biochemistry and have profound benefit for their mental health challenges. As Dr. Hoffer shares with us these same agents have great benefit for patients’ other health challenges including cancer and heart disease. We learn more of Dr. Hoffer’s continued writing to share his research, the biochemistry behind it, and the clinical practice of many physicians who have learned from him to aid their patients’ health.

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  • Jonathan W. Emord Posted February 2, 2009

    A constitutional and administrative law attorney, Jonathan W. Emord was an attorney in the Federal Communications Commission during the administration of President Ronald Reagan and served as Vice President of the Cato Institute. Jonathan has litigated before federal courts and agencies for the past twenty-three years, defeating the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) a remarkable six times in federal court. Jonathan joins us to tell his story about his passionate defense of health freedom.

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  • Charles G. Brown Posted February 2, 2009

    Charles G. Brown, formerly Attorney General of West Virginia, is national counsel, Consumers for Dental Choice. His work focuses on petitioning federal and state agencies to do their duties under the law. For example, his lawsuit against FDA brought about a radical turnaround in FDA’s position on amalgam, and a court-required date to classify amalgam (July 2009).

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  • Dr. Butch Shrader Posted February 2, 2009

    Dr. Butch Shrader is a physician board certified by the American Board of Environmental Medicine, and a Past President and Fellow of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM), now serving on the AAEM Board of Directors. Dr. Shrader treats environmental illnesses and allergy with modalities such as nutritional therapy (oral and IV), dietary therapy and many others, and employs IV therapy for detoxification when necessary at the Santa Fe Center for Allergy & Environmental Medicine is located in the picturesque city of Santa Fe, New Mexico

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  • Donna Nowak Posted February 2, 2009

    Donna Nowak stepped in as Executive Director and CEO of the American Holistic Medical Association in February 2008. She has 20+ years of business management experience, with a specialization in start-ups and the transformation/turnaround of organizations in need of change. Previously, Donna served as Executive Director/CEO of MBSC (Mind-Body-Spirit Connection), a 501(c) (3) nonprofit she founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 2002. MBSC successfully brought together the holistic community in northeastern Ohio, increasing awareness of complementary and alternative medicine and an integrative approach to healthcare. In September 2008, MBSC legally merged into the AHMA

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  • Hal Blatman, M.D. Posted February 2, 2009

    Hal Blatman, MD, board president of the American Holistic Medical Association is the founder and medical director of the Blatman Pain Clinic. Cincinnati’s first clinic specifically dedicated to providing traditional and holistic pain treatment solutions, and a globally recognized specialist in myofascial pain. He is board certified in Pain Management and Occupational and environmental Medicine.

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  • Robban A. Sica, M.D. Posted February 2, 2009

    Energy expressed through thoughts and feelings, energy becomes physical. Hence, we are all energy beings. It is true that at any point in time, anyone can become free of a given illness or symptom simply by directing their focus towards the state of health they desire and maintaining a state of allowing their connectedness with universal energy to deliver that outcome to them.

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  • Dr. J. Drisko Posted February 2, 2009

    Voices of Natural Health Science News interviews the current president of ACAM (American College for Advancement in Medicine, professor, clinician, and researcher Jeanne Drisko, M.D. Dr. Drisko brings us up-to-date on the current research trial focusing on chelation therapy and her ongoing passion for clinical research in such areas including vitamin D.

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  • Dr. Mitchell Ghen Posted February 2, 2009

    Dr. Ghen joins us for the series focusing on Natural Health Science Mavericks. His own clinical practice over the past 30 years has changed to include how our lifestyle choices including our nutrition can affect genetic expression. His specialty in difficult clinical challenges has led him to include stem cells into his unique orthomolecular approach to patient care. Dr. Ghen’s interest and expertise in biochemistry has shaped his patient approach to use nutrients not only as preventive but as therapeutic agents. He is board certified in anti-aging medicine and has written a text book in anti-aging medicine to guide other practitioners.

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