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August 18th, 2016


Dennis Hooper, MD, PhD a pathologist, from North Texas, joins us today on the KTC podcast. He earned a Masters and PhD degree in Microbiology before earning his MD degree. He shares some interesting information about pathology reports and biopsy samples, or as Dr. Hooper would call them "blocks". 


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August 10th, 2016

I've known of Dr. Dennis and his work and products for some time, but only in the past year have I gotten to know him better.  The longer I do know him, the more I like him and what he has been able to accomplish for those of us who live far away from his office.


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July 29th, 2016

I first met Leilani about 20 years ago.  She had become very outspoken on women's natural health choices and actually put her money where her mouth was by opening a clinic in Dallas, specifically aimed at helping women make those choices.  We were all saddened when she lost her best friend and husband, David a few years ago.


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July 12th, 2016

Today on the KTC Podcast Dr. Lee Cowden stops by and talks with Doug about natural health and how common things in our everyday life are contributing to our ill health.


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June 30th, 2016

Two guests plus me make for a fascinating podcast!  Ann Shippy, MD and John Trowbridge, MD join me for this educational overview of what might be fundamentally lacking in allopathic medicine. What happens, for example, when a physician gets sick and their own wares don't help them recover? 


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June 22nd, 2016

John Trowbridge, MD Researcher, Surgeon, Physician and author of "The Yeast Syndrome" joins the show today and talks with Doug, about how the medical industry is overlooking the role of fungus when diagnosing diseases.


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June 15th, 2016

Today on the KTC podcast, Kyle Drew joins us today and talks about everything fungus.


Recent Podcasts

Ep 39 - Women's Health: Over Diagnosis

Feb 10th, 2017

Medicine is a huge business and its basis is women!"
So I open this podcast questioning the need for medical testing and intervention.

Ep 38 - Running from Doctor to Doctor

Jan 31st, 2017

There are two things that I believe make competent physicians; being sick and recovering without pharmaceutical drugs, or learning about fungal mycotoxins and the role they play in most diseases that we patients suffer from.

Ep 37 - Ear, Nose & Throat

Jan 18th, 2017

Likely, one of the kindest and most genuinely passionate physicians I have ever met, Don Dennis, MD, an Ear, Nose and Throat physician and surgeon from Atlanta, Georgia, always impresses me.