of the American Naturopathic
Naturopaths In Denial
When ANMA posted the page entitled CNME referring to Caution Naturopathic Medical Education members of AANP responded with their usual denials. Some individuals have asked us to respond and we do so in the following manner. All statements presented on ANMA web page are the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and can be proven in a court of law. If the statements made by ANMA were not the truth then surely AANP would counter with legal action to declare ANMA guilty of libel and slander. It is not ANMA's fault if AANP graduates do not know their history.
One statement worth commenting on is the breast implant surgery by an Oregon licensed Naturopath who killed a young mother of four little girls. His name is Leo Newton Maxwell, he was licensed in the State of Oregon as Leo Newton in the 80's with bogus credentials, along with several other misfit frauds.
It is true AANP has other members from their era appropriate approved schools. Some of these members have bogus credentials and criminal records. However that's O.K. with AANP as long as they don't expose the BIG LIE.
AANP refers to themselves as licensed general practice primary care physicians with scientific training and diagnostic abilities. This is a myth! Those individuals with such high opinions of themselves are delusional and out of touch with reality. Where are these states that allow the title, general practice primary care physicians? Where are these states that allow naturopaths to use drugs and minor surgery in practice.