Philippines government conducts armed raid of natural health clinic

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 09/19/2018 - 22:27

Hundred of patients thrown to the streets.

MANILA, Philippines (PNN) - September 10, 2018 - Dr. Farrah Agustin-Bunch of the DFAB Natural Medical Center in the Philippines has been subject to an armed government raid that effectively shut down her facility, sending hundreds of patients to the streets.

Widely known for helping cancer patients heal and beat cancer without resorting to toxic chemotherapy or radiotherapy, Dr. Agustin-Bunch has become something of a health care legend in the Philippines, with fan sites like DrFarrahCancerCenter.com touting her successful holistic treatments.

Dr. Agustin-Bunch is a licensed medical doctor with over three million followers on her Facebook page. She promotes nutritional therapies and avoidance of toxic medications or chemotherapy. Because of her advocacy of natural medicine, she has been demonized, terrorized, and now death-threated by pro-pharma elements working in conjunction with the FDA of the Philippines government.

“Today, the lives my children, my patients and I were threatened if I remain open,” she wrote in an August 19 Facebook post. “I need to temporarily close for the safety of my (children) and patients. This breaks my heart to do this.”

This amazing doctor, who had a world-famous clinic where patients could be seen for free, had to suddenly close its doors.

Dr. Agustin-Bunch was forced to flee for her own safety. She and her family are currently safe from imminent physical harm, having moved themselves out of harm’s way.

Her efforts are underway to help defend health freedom in the Philippines, where hundreds of people die every day from the considerable pollution found across the Philippines’ large, crowded cities.

Dr. Agustin-Bunch has launched a GoFundMe page at this link to help raise funds for the legal defense of patient choice when it comes to natural medicine: https://www.gofundme.com/natural-medicine-legal-defense-fund.

Please consider making a donation to Dr. Agustin-Bunch’s efforts.