Remembering Dr. James Privitera

by on October 21, 2013      

in Editorials & Commentary

Dr. James Privitera

Dr. James Privitera

Dr. James Privitera, the author of Silent Clots, appeared on It’s Rainmaking Time!® in early 2010 to introduce us to effective, affordable medical diagnostic technologies from the past and present. A valiant fighter for health and medical freedom, Dr. Privitera had patients all over the world and made medical care affordable to anyone who needed it. He was treating – and curing – cancer patients over 30 years ago when his office was attacked and he was thrown in jail. After serving two months of his sentence, Dr. Privitera was pardoned by Governor Jerry Brown, who had received over 10,000 letters from supporters. He went on to become a highly-sought public speaker at alternative medicine conferences, including the 2010 Cancer Control Society conference. Sadly, Dr. Privitera passed away on September 23rd. Tune in for a heartfelt commentary from Kim commemorating his contributions in life and her experience of this marvelous doctor.

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1 bernard October 21, 2013 at 10:22 pm

Betcha the good doctor got whacked… ala Aaron Russo. The big pharma industries play dirty!

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2 Nicole October 22, 2013 at 5:07 pm

How fortunate for you Kim to have the good fortune of having him as your friend and physician.
A great loss.

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3 Tim January 8, 2014 at 6:02 pm

I was sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. I knew him during those tumultuous times in the 70’s. He was a great Doctor and a friend. My condolences to the family.

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4 Eileen Hernandez February 10, 2017 at 4:22 pm

Thank you for your beautiful heartfelt words! I too lost a courageous humble & generous doctor, Dr. Privitera! I still cry when I think of him. I saw him just weeks prior to his passing, he looked great, he was friendly & funny as usual, & always informative. We talked about the government in negative terms, like we always did, & he talked me into a hair analysis. I called back to make an appointment for the test results when his son gave me the news. I couldn’t believe it! My first thought was he was taken out, couldn’t help thinking that. Encouraging that others are so aware. Great guy, great doctor! Eileen Hernandez

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