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Lost Arts Radio Show #273 - Special Guest Dr. Mark Sircus

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I have been following the work of Dr. Mark Sircus ( for many years with interest and appreciation for his original work on the use of natural remedies, not just at home but even in hospital emergency rooms. The term "Natural Allopathic Medicine" may sound like an oxymoron, but Dr. Sircus has explained and demonstrated that it can be used successfully in all kinds of health challenges, even cases of traumatic injury where the use of toxic drugs is the norm that we assume is necessary. Emergency room doctors and medical personnel often display heroic calmness, creativity and like-saving skill in the most stressful situations, but usually they make use of many toxic chemical compounds in their life-saving care for trauma victims, and Dr. Sircus says there is usually a healthier, less harmful option.

We have an unusual opportunity to hear from Dr. Sircus this Sunday, on the details of what those safer alternatives are and how they can be effectively used, both in the emergency surgical theater, and in your home when you need immediate solutions to an acute health problem. This discussion with Dr. Sircus will give us a chance to hear the details of what he has explained in his numerous books, condensed into an overview of the most important concepts and materials you need to be aware of. I hope you can join us and learn from all he has to share, in what will be a fascinating look at his work and life experience.

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