ALAN STANG, MEDICAL AUTHOR has, for some 30 years, exposed the continuing attempts by the Medical Monopoly to suppress pioneering medical advances. He fought for Medical Freedom of Choice in the Laetrile War in the 1970s. He served two terms on the Board of the National Health Federation. With James Privitera, M.D., one of the nation’s leading Allergists/Nutritionists, he wrote Silent Clots: Life’s Biggest Killers.
In Silent Clots, Mr. Stang writes about live-cell analysis via dark field technology, the safe, inexpensive test Dr. Privitera has developed to detect potentially fatal blood clots before they kill. Although the test could save many lives—at least half the time, the first symptom of heart disease is sudden death—Clots also shows in heart-stopping detail that the Medical Monopoly has done everything possible to suppress it.
In Electronic Medicine: Cure for Cancer? Mr. Stang writes about Electronic Homeopathy, the remarkable use of electronic frequencies to restore the body’s balance so it can heal itself. In his presentation, Alan will demonstrate the technology that administers those frequencies and will prove with pictures and a live patient what they can do.
Alan Stang has a M.A. in English from Columbia University, New York City. He wrote a show at NBC and was one of Mike Wallace’s original writers at Channel 13 in New York, where he wrote some of the scripts that sent Mike to CBS. Alan has been a radio talk show host; in Los Angeles he went head-to-head nightly with Larry King, and, according to Arbitron, had almost twice as many listeners. He guested on many top shows, including CNN’s Crossfire.
He has been a foreign correspondent, and has written hundreds of feature articles in national magazines and online, which have been reprinted in the millions, and is the author of some fifteen books. He is a regular correspondent for etherzone.com and newswithviews.com. He has won many awards, including a citation for journalistic excellence from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Alan Stang lives in Houston, Texas and his phone number is 888-277-7607, Ext. 2551 and his website is www.alanstang.com and email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
He will speak on Electronic Medicine & Cancer.