My brother developed a rare brain cancer and became a guinea pig for the medical institutions. It left him without the same critical thinking processes he once had. So we researched alternatives in hopes of finding something to help.
In the middle of nursing school, I came across ozone therapy. I was hooked. How could something work with gangrene, infertility, strokes, and lyme disease? It really messed with my head at the time but I quickly became an enthusiast and advocate.
But I noticed a big problem. The research was there, but it was disorganized and all over the place. It was near impossible for the average person to parse out. And I was fascinated with the research and potential.
And so I took it upon myself to become a journalist on behalf of ozone therapy. My work has rippled into 10,000 more doctors practicing with ozone therapy and hundreds of thousands of patients receiving ozone treatments.
Now I own Simply O3, an ozone equipment company and work to educate and get the word out on ozone. My mission in life is to reduce suffering in the world.