From: smith90 on
On Mar 21, 3:15 pm, Bee <Butterflies2...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 21, 1:43 pm, Kulacz <drkul...(a)optonline.net> wrote:
>
> I am writing to ask all of you who saw the ABC Nightline piece on 3/20 or online shortly thereafter, to write to CNN to request that Dr. Rea be invited onto the Larry King Live Show. Here's the email I've sent to other MCS groups::::

As many of you know, there was an ABC Nightline program on several
nights ago about Dr. Rea, who is one of my doctors.

Dr. Rea is being hauled before the Texas Medical Board in Nov. for a
hearing that may result in his license to practice medicine being
revoked. You can Google ABC Nightline Dr. Rea and see the piece which
is only about 10-15 minutes long.

Then, after you've been REALLY upset by it, please email CNN at this
address:

larrykingguests(a)cnn.com

This is the email address to write to let CNN know who you'd most like
to see on Larry King Live and tell them you'd like to see Dr. Rea and
other environmenal medicine doctors like Dr.Rapp of Buffalo NY, Dr.
Sherry Rogers of Syracuse, NY, Dr. Grout of Phoenix,AZ and Dr.
Lieberman of South Carolina - all of them are environmental medicine
doctors.

I just sent CNN an email telling them that Dr. Rea was interviewed on
ABC Nightline about being called before the Texas Medical Board. The
entire segment was extremely biased and didn't show Dr. Rea and his
wonderful work in a very complimentary light. Dr. Rea needs a
platform like Larry King Live to tell everyone about environmental
medicine and what he does at his clinic and how many people he's
helped over the more than 20 years he's been running his clinic.

I bet if enough of you write in, they'd have Dr. Rea on Larry King
Live. Please watch the video and write to the above email address.
The future of environmental medicine may depend upon it.

Thank you.

Carol Foster
From: Bee on
On Apr 1, 8:23 pm, smit...(a)sbcglobal.net wrote:

> > I am writing to ask all of you who saw the ABC Nightline piece on 3/20 or online shortly thereafter, to write to CNN to request that Dr. Rea be invited onto the Larry King Live Show.  Here's the email I've sent to other MCS groups::::
>
> As many of you know, there was an ABC Nightline program on several
> nights ago about Dr. Rea, who is one of my doctors.
>
> Dr. Rea is being hauled before the Texas Medical Board in Nov. for a
> hearing that may result in his license to practice medicine being
> revoked.  You can Google ABC Nightline Dr. Rea and see the piece which
> is only about 10-15 minutes long.
>
> Then, after you've been REALLY upset by it, please email CNN at this
> address:
>
> larrykinggue...(a)cnn.com
>
> This is the email address to write to let CNN know who you'd most like
> to see on Larry King Live and tell them you'd like to see Dr. Rea and
> other environmenal medicine doctors like Dr.Rapp of Buffalo NY, Dr.
> Sherry Rogers of Syracuse, NY, Dr. Grout of Phoenix,AZ and Dr.
> Lieberman of South Carolina - all of them are environmental medicine
> doctors.
>
> I just sent CNN an email telling them that Dr. Rea was interviewed on
> ABC Nightline about being called before the Texas Medical Board. The
> entire segment was extremely biased and didn't show Dr. Rea and his
> wonderful work in a very complimentary light.  Dr. Rea needs a
> platform like Larry King Live to tell everyone about environmental
> medicine and what he does at his clinic and how many people he's
> helped over the more than 20 years he's been running his clinic.
>
> I bet if enough of you write in, they'd have Dr. Rea on Larry King
> Live.  Please watch the video and write to the above email address.
> The future of environmental medicine may depend upon it.
>
> Thank you.
>
> Carol Foster

Carol:

Thank you for your kind post. I hope you understand that you are in
"Quackwatch support territory" and do not expect the natives to be
overjoyed in complying with your request. I wanted to address you so
that you would know you are not being ignored.

I was treated by Dr. Rea for 2 years---he gave me the tools to get
well, and I was out of the workforce for a bit, and managed to get
back in it 1-1-/2 years later. He is a remarkably man, having
suffered from chemical sensitivity himself.
He's also the heart surgeon that saved the life of the Texas governor
John Connolly on 11/22/63. He is a brilliant man, and opened the
clinic so that others wouldn't have to suffer as he had suffered when
he had the worst of his chemical sensitivity.

I agree the piece on Nightline was slightly biased. I loved the "jet
fuel injection" laugh that the slightly misinformed attorney
muttered. I wonder if she ever read a MSDS in her life, or ever sat
on the tarmac at an airport and breathed in the fumes from jet fuel?
Probably way more exposure there than getting a skin prick!! Ask a
flight attendant how much they suck in every day that they work?

I support healthcare choice, taking the best of both worlds, and I
wouldn't have gone to the EHC-Dallas if conventional medicine had the
answers for me. It didn't, but by taking a risk going into an
unfamiliar territory, and spending some time in Dallas, my
conventional doctor saw the progress I was making and worked with him
to get me back to better health.


Good luck in your quest for better health. :>)