In this video, Deborah Banker spends about 26 minutes speaking on "Nutritional, ElectroMagnetic" at the 33rd Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.
About Deborah Banker
DEBORAH BANKER, M.D. received her M.D. Degree from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota. She did her Flexible Internship at Tucson Medical Center, Arizona. She finished her Ophthalmology Surgical Residency and a Surgical Research Program at the University of California Irvine. She also spent part of her general medical training at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota and Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. She attended the University of Rochester, New York for her early Ophthalmology training and the Doheny Eye Institute, Los Angeles, California for a Surgical Research Fellowship creating a flexible injectable intraocular lens.
Currently, Dr. Banker is in Private Practice in the field of Ophthalmology in Malibu, California and she can be reached at 310-317-2119. She has worked for more than 17 years to understand why the vision deteriorates both refractively and neurologically and how to reverse these problems naturally. Deborah works with cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration and many other forms of visual impairments.
She will also be speaking on her work with Microcurrent Research, which is reversing many forms of progressive blindness.
Dr. Banker will share her Holistic Approach to natural vision improvement and how you can reduce your need to wear glasses through exercises such as Bates, Yoga, Tibetan, Acupressure Kinesiology, Tai Chi, Orthoptics, Breathing, Ayurvedic Exercises, Nutrition and Healing Eye Drops.
Well, thank you very much for having me here.
I'm somewhat the infamous Dr. Deborah Banker. My assistants are going to be passing out some fliers to you. And hopefully, Catherine, we're putting up w Catherine. We already have the charts here anyhow. We're going to talk about natural provision improvement.
Some of the fliers that we have right here have to do not only that, I'm going to talk a little bit about what's happening with me and the medical board first. OK, medical board does not only suppress doctors to cancer, they also suppress doctors who invent machines which reverse blindness, bring people out of comas, reset the autonomic nervous system and make life better for you. This has been a 10 year struggle with the medical board, and it has cost me over a half a million dollars. They continue put bigger fines on me, threatened to take my license away and they call me unprofessional conduct. My unprofessional conduct is that I have invented machines which reverse blindness, that while yes, this is not traditional medicine, but guess what? Traditional medicine had no cure for macular degeneration. Swollen retinas from diabetic retinopathy. They don't like to know that cataracts in the early stages can be reversed. Oh, and if people want to look at my books, would you come up front here in the first three rows? We have books you can look at. We can't spread them all over and you can come later and look at them at my booth on 44, they have all sorts of pictures and diagrams. And this is a lifetime of trying to teach you how to get rid of your glasses. They not only helped you to get rid of your glasses, but help macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, et cetera, in some of the fires that they're going to be passing out. Some of them are petition's. And this petition is because the medical board wants to bring me up again with a twenty five thousand dollar fine to take penalty courses. I've never been sued by a patient. I usually I get the worst of the cases, people who are going blind. The majority of my people, I can double to quadruple divisions, some to 10 to 20 times better. And we've brought vision back. That's been lost for over 50 years. Our work shows that a nerve that has been damaged is not necessarily dead. A swollen nerve sometimes does not function simply because it's swollen and does not propagate the information to the brain. But it can see that way for as much as 50 years. So you'd think, well, the person is