Aug 13, 2023 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Special Guest Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Widely regarded the most knowledgeable and outspoken physician on the adverse impact vaccines can have on health, Dr. Tenpenny has been a guest on hundreds of radio and national television programs (including the Dr. Oz Show, the Today Show Australia). Dr. Tenpenny is the author of several books, including the bestselling, Saying No To Vaccines. She is contributing author to several other books including Textbook of Food and Nutrients in Disease Management. Her articles for magazines have been published in at least 14 languages. From 1986 to 1998, she was a full-time Emergency Medicine physician and the director of the Emergency Department in Findlay, Ohio. Dr. Tenpenny’s corporate experience includes serving as the Medical Director at Sanoviv Medical Center, a 40-bed hospital located in Rosarita, Mexico in 2008-9 and Chief Medical Consultant for Parker Hannifin, a Fortune 250 Company with 60,000 employees in 48 countries, from 2012 to 2014.
Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny is an osteopathic medical doctor, board certified in osteopathic medicine, with a proficiency certification in Integrative Medicine. She has lectured at Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve Medical School on various topics in the field of Integrative Medicine. She has been a speaker at conventions, both nationally and internationally, on a wide range of topics including breast health, breast thermography, women’s hormones, medical uses of iodine and the adverse effects vaccines have on health. Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny, is the founder of Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center, a clinic first established in Strongsville, Ohio in 1996 under the name of OsteoMed II. Her goal is to provide the best of integrative medicine throughout Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. Dr. Tenpenny is a graduate of the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio and received her training as an osteopathic medical doctor at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. Dr. Tenpenny is Board Certified in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. She has undertaken many advanced courses in alternative medicine, including acupuncture and complex homeopathy. Prior to her career in integrative medicine, Dr. Tenpenny served as Director of the Emergency Department at Blanchard Valley Regional Hospital Center in Findlay, Ohio, from 1987 to 1998. In 1994, she and a partner opened OsteoMed, a medical practice in Findlay limited to the specialty of osteopathic manipulative medicine. In 1996, Dr. Tenpenny moved to Strongsville, Ohio, expanding her practice to be a truly integrative clinic. The office has since moved to Middleburg Heights, Ohio, where the clinic has been serving patients since 2004.
The Ohio Medical Board Hearing Last week, I wrote about the preparation for this hearing. You can find that post here. On Wednesday, August 9, a hearing of the Ohio Medical Board was held in Columbus, Ohio. Two years in the making, it was an interesting experience to sit before a panel of your judgmental “peers.” They were seated on an elevated platform, much like the hearings one sees on TV of congress seated behind microphones and looking down on those they are interrogating. A group of nearly 30 friends came to support me at the hearing, which appeared to somewhat rattle the Board members. Shortly after the hearing began, my attorney, Tom Renz, who was sitting with me about half-way back from the single podium in the center of the Board, was called to speak. He was given exactly 5 minutes to rebut the Boards accusation – that I had “failed to cooperate” with their unfounded “investigation.” I was not allowed to speak. Keep in mind this is the only charge against me: I failed to cooperate. Over the last two year, the Board has sent a series of letters. Even though at the hearing they made it seem they’ve been chasing me to get an answer and I never responded, we answered every one of their letters on time. Eric Jones, my other attorney involved in this situation, wrote every response and attended the board hearing on August 9, which I was not required to attend. How is that being ‘uncooperative?’ In my attorney’s testimony, Tom entered this into the public record: (with slight editing for readability) There are no allegations that Dr. Tenpenny hurt any clients, or any patients. There are no allegations that she’s defrauded anybody or that she has done anything illegal or illicit. Rather, we’re having an investigation on a procedural matter and looking at a recommendation of indefinite suspension of our medical license for ‘failure to cooperate,’ something that we absolutely disagree with. In fact, when we looked into the charge of ‘failure to cooperate,’ it’s quite clear that we’ve made a very good faith effort to cooperate. We objected to a bad inquiry, or bad faith inquiry, which is evidence of cooperation. It is not evidence of failure to cooperate. It’s absolutely the opposite. Under the law, we have the absolute right to object to something that we disagree with. And you, the Board, certainly have the right to go to court and request that we be forced to respond to your inquiry [in more detail]. But that didn’t happen…. [additionally], there was no definition of failure to cooperate [provided], nor failure to respond, depending on what you call it on any given day.
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– Dr. Sherri Tenpenny