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Breasts, Toxic Mold, and Cannabis on Surviving Head Trauma with Terry Smith

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Making body adjustments is popular today. We make a shift here, a pull there, snip, snip, clip, implant. We’re happy. Fortunately, most of these procedures go without flaw. Unfortunately, the exception to that norm is that they have the potential to be fatal.

This episode is about a survivor who went through a team of doctors telling her that they could not find the cause of her complaints. Through a turn of twists, she learned that her breast implants were filled with mold and had leaked into her body. The results were extensive, even neurological. Tonight, we’ll talk with her and hear her story. In the second segment, we’ll talk with a renowned Medical Doctor about recognizing and resolving mold issues with the human body.

Tali Kentof, CEO of Wild Dog Botanicals, will share her 8-year battle with breast augmentation and the consequences of leaking mold into her body. Her journey through a maze of body awareness led to her discovery of plant-based alternatives to pharmaceuticals. www. WildDogma. com

Janet Taylor, MD, MPH, Columnist for Family Circle Magazine – “Ask Dr. Janet.” She is also frequently featured on ABC “Good Morning America” and NBC “The Today Show” and CNN. She is a Medical Cannabis Educator and Host of the podcast, “Sex, Lies, & Medical Cannabis with Dr. Janet.”

Listen LIVE online (link below), phone, satellite radio, or Skype. We stream to all 50 states and 36 countries. If you miss the live show, you can listen to the archived episode on the same link or at www. TerrySmithBooks. com.

Host, Terry Smith, is a 34-year post-TBI Survivor and Award-Winning author of the book, Surviving Head Trauma. Please visit and LIKE on Facebook: @SurvivingHeadTrauma