Though he trained as a medical doctor and surgeon, Dr. Harvey Bigelsen grew frustrated by his inability to help patients through the traditional methods of Western medicine. He has been able to trace the roots of many patients’ health issues to post-surgical, chronic inflammation. Eschewing conventional wisdom, he says that germs are not harmful, and that doctors must address the terrain and not the germ. Dr. Bigelsen’s work is based in biological medicine, and involves a revolutionary approach that evaluates every patient as an individual, and develops a rational therapeutic plan based on his/her past medical and surgical history. He believes that if the patient is not getting better, it is the practitioner’s fault, because “miracles only happen when you know what you are doing.” This philosophy has been the foundation of Dr. Bigelsen’s work and drives him to find the real cause of each patient’s unique problems.
An advocate for homeopathy and biological medicine, Dr. Harvey Bigelsen has courted controversy and endured legal persecution, while helping to change the public perception of healthcare. He discussed beneficial natural therapies and nutrition, and why elective surgeries should be avoided. First hour guest, investigative reporter Greg Hunter talked about the Republican presidential candidates, and the results in the Iowa caucus. ... More »Host: George Noory
An advocate for homeopathy and biological medicine, Dr. Harvey Bigelsen, discussed beneficial natural therapies he's used to treat patients with a variety of ills. First hour guest, radio host Alex Jones warned of a plan afoot to establish a global digital currency that will control all other currencies. ... More »Host: George Noory