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Bestselling author of “The Paleo Cardiologist” and natural cardiologist Jack Wolfson, DO, FACC, whose opinions about the vaccination of his own children came under scrutiny by The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board, was cleared of any wrong-doing after an investigation.

Scottsdale, AZ – July 27, 2015 – Natural cardiologist, Jack Wolfson, DO, FACC, who came under fire for his opinions of and personal decisions against the vaccination of his own children, was cleared of any wrong-doing by The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board, after an investigation into complaints filed by other doctors.

“The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board briefly reviewed my case and decided that while many people may be against my opinions, some people may be in agreement with me,” says Dr. Jack Wolfson, known as The Paleo Cardiologist in the media. “But it is my First Amendment right to MAKE those statements. Case dismissed!”

In January 2015, Dr. Wolfson was interviewed by his local NBC affiliate television station regarding cases of measles virus outbreak and the parental choices to vaccinate or to abstain. Dr. Wolfson’s comments about the vaccination debate, along with a guest post written for VaccineInpact.com went viral, creating a media frenzy on the topic. This resulted in two appearances on CNN that elevated the vaccination debate worldwide. Dr. Wolfson, his belief in parental rights for the welfare of his children and his medical license came under scrutiny with The Arizona Osteopathic Medicine Board receiving complaints from other doctors about his opinions in news interviews.

Dr. Jack Wolfson believes strongly in “informed consent,” in which parents are given information about the medical ramifications of vaccinations, procedures, treatments and pharmaceuticals so that they can make informed decisions about the welfare of their own children, without state-mandated enforcements.

“The number one job of a parent is to protect their children. My wife ate pure organic Paleo while pregnant. We did a home birth, breast -fed for three years, and co-sleep with our children. We avoid dangerous household products,” says Dr. Jack Wolfson. “There is no way we are injecting them with known carcinogens and immune activators, the exact toxins we spend our lives trying to avoid. After all, we are talking about mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, antibiotics, aborted human fetal tissue, ethylene glycol, etc. All this to prevent viruses like measles and chicken pox. Chicken pox!”

Jack Wolfson D.O., F.A.C.C. is a board certified cardiologist with more than 12 years as a successful physician in Illinois and Arizona. After numerous years of treating patients, dispensing pharmaceuticals, performing medical procedures, implanting pacemakers and conducting nuclear stress tests, Dr. Wolfson became increasingly frustrated that as a medical doctor, he was not preventing disease but rather only treating symptoms. His new book, The Paleo Cardiologist, contains critical information on the natural way to a healthy heart by cutting out grain, toxins, sugars, and stress, while increasing healthy fats, organic vegetables, physical activity, and evidence-based supplements. Dr. Wolfson champions the cause for natural healing and a toxic-free lifestyle for his patients and his family. He lectures nationwide on heart health, total body wellness and healthcare freedom of choice. He is vocal about parents being informed about the risks of vaccination and has been featured on CNN, NBC, The Washington Post, and USA Today.

For more information abut Dr. Jack Wolfson and The Paleo Cardiologist book, visit: www.wolfsonintegrativecardiology.com

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