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Could You Survive Without Modern Medicine?

altonsIf there’s a natural disaster or a grid-down scenario in your area and a family member needed medical attention, would you know what to do?

Dial “911”? The phones may be out.

Drive to the hospital? It could be overwhelmed – if it even has power.

Survival medicine is the subject of this week’s Off The Grid Radio, as we talk to Dr. Joe Alton and his wife Amy Alton – better known as Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy – who tell us what we need to know to stay alive when help is not on the way.

They are the authors of the bestselling Doom and Bloom Survival Medicine Handbook, and Joe is the author of the new Ebola Survival Handbook. The Altons tell us:

  • How to get started in putting together your survival medical kit.
  • Whether you should concentrate on natural medicine, traditional medicine, or both.
  • Why you can’t trust what the government says when a pandemic hits.
  • What you need to buy to prepare for an Ebola outbreak.

Joe is an M.D. and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American College of OB/GYN, while Amy is an advanced registered nurse practitioner. In other words, they know what they’re talking about.

Listen as they tell you what you need to do to be medically prepared when disaster strikes.

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One comment

  1. Just got here and will listen to this show next week. I do not think we can survive w/ modern medicine, as it’s killing more and more every day. As one Dr. I saw interviewed said, “It’s the most dangerous cult that ever existed”. Glad that alternatives are being introduced on this show. The medical system is so broken and it will only get worse. I have gotten some good pointers on items for my medicine kit from this show already-very beneficial.

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