Dr. Jerry Tennant was accepted into the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in 1960 at age 19 and graduated in the top ten of his class in 1964 with an MD degree. He co-founded the Outpatient Ophthalmic Surgery Society and taught surgeons around the world to do outpatient eye surgery and was instrumental in getting Congress to pay for outpatient surgery, saving Medicare millions of dollars every year. He was one of the first surgeons in the U.S. to place intraocular lenses in eyes after cataract surgery, eliminating the need for thick, incapacitating glasses after cataract surgery. He has also has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Natural Medicine ND(M) by the World Organization of Natural Medical Practitioners.
The first half of the show dealt with the economy and Pres. Obama's just announced jobs plan. In the first hour, investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts noted it was unclear where the money would come from to pay for the jobs program. 2nd Hour guest, chief investment officer Damon Vickers offered an alternative plan to Obama's jobs program. In third hour, medical doctor and naturopath Jerry Tennant reviewed the principles behind voltage medicine. In the last hour, researcher James Chiles joined the show to talk about the massive Southern California & Arizona power outage. ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Jerry Tennant talked about how he developed a method of using voltage to diagnose and treat a variety of health problems. Dr. Mark Starr joined the discussion. First hour guest, financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts shared her critical reaction to the new financial regulations just signed into law. ... More »Host: George Noory