Julia Schopick is the creator of the award-winning blog, HonestMedicine.com, and has been a published writer and a public relations consultant for more than twenty years. When her husband Tim Fisher became ill in 1990 with a cancerous brain tumor, Julia became his medical advocate and began writing on topics relating to health and medicine. Her articles and columns were published in "American Medical News" (the AMA publication), SEARCH (the newsletter of the National Brain Tumor Foundation) and "Alternative and Complementary Therapies." Her work and essays have been featured in the "British Medical Journal," "Modern Maturity" and the "Chicago Sun-Times." Her mission is to use her writing and public relations skills to inform the world about little-known but promising treatments via her website, her presentations and her just-published book, "HONEST MEDICINE," and to empower people in their health choices.
Physicist and author Leonard Mlodinow discussed his work on the power of the subliminal, and how the unconscious mind shapes our experience of the world. According to him, all judgments and perceptions reflect the workings of our mind on two levels: the conscious, of which we are aware, and the unconscious, which is hidden from us. First hour guest, writer and medical advocate Julia Schopick talked about several effective treatments that have largely been ignored by the medical community. ... More »Host: George Noory
Writer and medical advocate, Julia Schopick began studying alternative medical treatment after her husband developed a cancerous brain tumor. She discussed several promising types of treatments that the medical profession has yet to accept for various life-threatening ailments such as MS, epilepsy, and terminal liver disease. Dr. Robin Falkov joined in the discussion during the last hour. First hour guest, Dr. John Neustadt talked about his practice of alternative and nutritional medicine, and in particular his treatments for osteoporosis. ... More »Host: George Noory