Harvey Bigelsen, MD
Germs and The Human Body
As a tireless advocate for homeopathy and biological medicine, Dr. Bigelsen has been a source of controversy and has even suffered legal persecution, while helping to change the public perception of healthcare. At the core of his medical philosophy is the conviction that germs do not cause disease. Dr. Bigelsen joins Dr Friedman to enlighten us as to why believes that germs are not harmful, and actually live in a symbiotic relationship with the entire body.
Harvey Bigelsen, MD, served his country in Vietnam as a commanding officer in charge of mass casualties and as a trauma surgeon. He had a successful ophthalmology practice in Princeton, New Jersey, before moving to Arizona and following a more nontraditional medical philosophy. He co-authored the Arizona Homeopathic Medical Practice Act, and was appointed by then Governor Babbitt to establish a board, and while acting as president, to set the standards for holistic medicine. The law gave homeopathy equal legal status with allopathic and osteopathic medicine. He continues to consult in Nevada City, California.
Dr. David Friedman