Philip E. Binzel, a native of Bowling Green, Kentucky,had an active medical practice medicine for over fortyyears. He was a graduate of the Medical School at St. LouisUniversity in Missouri and did his internship at ChristHospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1955 he entered FamilyPractice in Washington Court House, Ohio.
In 1974 he began to investigate the role of nutrition inhuman disorders and came to the conclusion that this wasan important field of knowledge. Cautiously, he began toincorporate that knowledge into his medical practice and,based on personal experience, developed a highly effectiveprotocol for the treatment of a wide range of disorders,including cancer.
This led him into conflict with mainstream medicine,which continues to be oriented toward drugs, surgery, andradiation. He was forced to fight for the right to practicemedicine in accordance with his conscience, and he chose todo what he felt was best for his patients, regardless of pressure to conform to the narrow limits prescribed byorthodoxy.
Dr. Binzel passed away on June 6, 2003, at the age of 77.