Episode 63: Dr. Natasha Litbarg - Taking a Stand
Dr. Natasha Litbarg was at the top of her field, working as an attending nephrologist, researcher and educator. Then everything changed in early 2020, when she realised something was not quite right with the pandemic response. After discovering that there were some fundamental, irreconcilable issues with germ theory and medicine in general, she was faced with making a number of tough decisions. This ultimately led to Dr. Litbarg no longer practicing conventional medicine. In this podcast, Dr. Litbarg shares her incredible story about taking a stand in the face of adversity.
Natasha (Natalia) Litbarg obtained an equivalent of a masters degree in Physics from Moscow State University (USSR) in 1989 and worked in a research laboratory. She immigrated to the United States from the USSR in 1990 and started working in the Immunology Research laboratory as a technician in 1991 after settling in Chicago.
She became a laboratory...
Episode 47: Dr. Jennifer Daniels - Talking Turpentine
Dr. Jennifer Daniels is one of the world's leading alternative healing physicians, helping people to heal from disease since 1985. She has a BA degree with honours from Harvard University, a Medical Degree (MD) from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA in Health Care Administration from Wharton. She is also the author of the award winning book, Do You Have the Guts to Be Beautiful?
Dr. Daniels joins me to talk about her enthralling journey from studying medicine, to becoming a doctor in her local neighbourhood, to discovering the healing powers of pure gum spirits of turpentine and finally having to flee the United States for Panama. We discuss issues plaguing science and the failing medical system, germ theory, the causes of disease, how to heal from disease and why the pure gum spirits of turpentine might play a key role in that healing process. Dr. Daniels is so captivating and it was an absolute pleasure and honour to be...
Episode 37: Dr. Valentina Kiselev - Do Germs Cause Disease?
In this podcast, Dr. Valentina Kiselev joins me to discuss the germ theory, terrain theory, the issues surrounding virus isolation and her perspectives around the pandemic.
Dr. Valentina Kiselev(a)* is a graduate of St. Petersburg Pediatrics Medical University, independent expert on bioethics and biosecurity, health advocate.
For 15 years Valentina was an Executive Director of an Adult Day Health Center in Bellevue, WA, was a board member of multiple state and city community organizations, covering education, diversity and business development issues, served two terms on Bellevue Arts Commission, has extensive political and community background. In 2016 Valentina moved to St. Petersburg - her hometown in Russia, where she founded entrepreneur committee in collaboration with a political party, then engaged with the MSF - Doctors Without Boarders (Brussels Operational Center), where she started as a project...