Dr. Robert Rowen

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Robert Rowen, MD

Dr. Robert Rowen is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the University of California at San Francisco. He has been board-certified and re-certified by the American Boards of Family Practice and Emergency Medicine. He is currently certified by the American Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology. He also served on the Alaska State Medical Board.

Dr. Rowen is known as "The Father of Medical Freedom" for pioneering the nation's first statutory protection for alternative medicine in 1990.

Articles by Dr. Robert Rowen

Ozone Therapy Summary and Its Application to Viruses, Particularly Ebola

The purpose of this article is to explain in simple terms the incredible physiological effects of oxidation therapy, particularly ozone, and why it might be of help to so many problems.

Is GMO Worse Than Nuclear Radiation?

GMO is DNA inserted into living organisms. It does not decay over time but rather the opposite. In Europe GMO is scarce, but there is evidence that the USA has conspired to punish Europe for its stand on GMO. Read more to see what you can do to protect your family.

UBI in the Treatment of Antibiotic Resistant Super Bugs

With the overuse of antibiotics, resistant forms of bacteria have developed. See how Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) can be an answer.

Telomeres: Major Discovery Reveals the Secret to Dramatically Slowing Aging

The telomere is the "tail" of each chromosome in your cells. When you were young your telomeres were long. As you age, and your cells divide, all your telomeres shorten. Wouldn't it be great if we could slow your telomere shortening process, or activate telomerase? Well, there is a way, says Dr. Robert Rowen.

Knee, Back, and Shoulder Pain Cured With Prolozone

Dr. Robert Rowen reports on his trip to India and treatment of patients with an injection of medical ozone resulting in fast and often permanent pain relief of long-standing, difficult-to-treat cases.

Prolozone for Pain Relief

Dr. Robert Rowen, editor of "Second Opinion," reports on his use of Prolozone in prolotherapy resulting in fast and often permanent pain relief of long-standing, difficult-to-treat cases.