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Dr. Cowan revealed in a recent newsletter that he believes California is not a good place to be for doctors. He specifically said, "There is no future as a medical practitioner in California." To me, that clearly sounds as if it is a terrible loss for the residents of the Golden State. In fact, he explained in his newsletter that four complaints were made against him while he was practicing in California.
He helped a cancer patient without using surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. He spent a period of time on probation which also cost him quite a bit in legal expenses. Another time he had an old advertisement stating he accepted patients with a myriad of illnesses including cancer and that had to be dealt with. Fortunately, the issue was dropped. Then, he was investigated for writing what he calls, "valid" medical exemptions for vaccines. And now he is being investigated for going against the mainstream definitions and protocols for C O V I D - 19.
Dr. Cowan is just very tired of the ongoing turmoil, my words. His patients are obviously pleased and appreciative for his care and genuine interest. I would love to have him as my doctor. But, for the state, his efforts are not appreciated.
And this week, (July actually. I'm late getting this blog post finished.) he drove across the country to move closer to his children and grandchildren. The travel restrictions and other current threats to our freedoms solidified his decision. Writing a heartbreaking letter to his patients he closed his practice.
If you listen to Dr. Cowan's interviews about the drastic changes in the modern world putting our future at risk, or his investigations showing that the heart is not a pump, you realize he is thoughtful with everything he teaches. He admits that a great deal of his medical training was not logical or sensible from day one as a medical student. He felt compelled to not ignore the nagging questions and I believe his patients have been better off because of his desire to dissect every belief from all angles.
My Lifelong Quest to Find My Voice is at a Crossroads
I'll let him tell you more of his story himself. CLICK HERE.
Just reading how Dr. Cowan broke the news to his patients shows you the troubling side of a system that can no longer be counted on as helpful to the public.
From his website:
Now, that we're nearing the end of August, I found him on a recent podcast and he can tell you what he's been up to:
He remains upbeat and feels a positive desire to share his knowledge. This makes me grateful that we can still carry on the conversation.
I hope you, my reader, will do the same.