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Money & Medicine: How Debt Controls Doctors (And Your Treatment Options)

Dear Friends and Valued Customers,

In today's featured video from iHealthTube.com, Dr. Michael Farley talks with medical researcher Ty Bollinger about the hurdles conventional doctors face in their practice. Dr. Farley says the debt from medical school followed by malpractice insurance can affect how they treat patients. It's a fascinating discussion to say the least.

I invite you to watch the video below... and as always, I wish you the very best of health.

Lee Swanson

 

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About Dr. Michael D. Farley N.D.

Dr. Michael Farley spent over 30 years practicing Integrative Medicine and Psychology.  Dr. Farley had his own integrative medical practice where he specialized in teaching allopathic physicians integrative approaches to medicine.

For an eight year period when Dr. Farley had his practice, he was also a Forensic Pathology and Physiology consultant for the United States Justice Department in Washington D.C.
 
Dr. Farley attended George Mason University and has degrees from Montgomery Community College in Rockville, MD (A.S.), George Washington University (B.S. in Zoology and post graduate work in Forensic Pathology) and the Native American Studies Institute where he received his Naturopathic Medical Doctorate.

 

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