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Aug 19, 2019

After his exoneration by AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency), Dr. Gary Fettke now looks to the future.  In previous interviews we talked to Dr. Fettke about his incredible personal story discovering LCHF and putting his brain tumour into remission and then about his persecution by the AHPRA for trying to help his patients reverse their diabetes and prevent them from having their feet amputated. He has now been cleared of all charges.

We have not had a chance to speak to him since that exoneration so we took the time to sit down with him at this year's LowCarbUSA┬« event in San Diego event and talk to him about what was next. Apart from going after all the governing bodies involved in his persecution to obtain a public apology, he is mainly focused on being available in a mentoring role to other medical practitioners who are being maliciously persecuted for advocating a Low Carb-Healthy Fat lifestyle as an intervention.  This just reinforces our opinion of him and his wife Belinda as a couple of the finest human beings we have come to know.

 

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