cover33-800This year we are combining the launches of UNCENSORED and The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine since they’re totally complementary, and since Katherine and I work on both of them. This launch is “it” for the rest of the year.

When: 3 November 2013
Where: Grey Lynn Community Centre,
510 Richmond Rd
Grey Lynn, Auckland
Time: 2PM – 6PM
Delicious refreshments will be served


Guest Speakers:
Allison Roe
Dr Gerald Lewis
Tom Brown

Each of our three speakers is outstanding, in different ways. You’ll see.

Allison Roe is a NZ icon, first a champion marathon runner, and in recent years as an elected member of the Waitemata District Health Board in Auckland – a “people’s champion” for honest medicine . She has organized sports events, helped launch Thermography in NZ and contributes to many other activities promoting women’s health.

Dr Gerald Lewis is one of the precious few cardiologists who has expertise in both nutritional as well as conventional medicine. With his enormous ability he has been a guiding light in NZ for “integrated medicine” that is authentically “evidence-based”. His scientific papers include –
MD theses on “the Treatment of patients after open heart surgery”
Many publications in medical journals and papers.
Presentations at international meetings
Author of 4 books – on Heart Disease, Cancer and Nutritional Supplements
Tom Brown is the former editor of Borderlands Science journal and has had the temerity to think outside the box … and then write and lecture about his discoveries for the past forty years. He is one of today’s more interesting explorers of multi-dimensional healing. He is the Science Editor of Uncensored.

Hope to see you there! – Jonathan Eisen and Katherine Smith

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  1. This is for Jon Eisen:

    Hi Jon,

    Janet Silver (Ghent) Podell, Oberlin ’64 here. While you’ve been quite busy Down Under, you’ve disappeared off the radar vis-a-vis Oberlin, and we’re about to celebrate our 50th reunion May 23-26.

    Would it be possible to get an email address so we can dispatch a request for information for the Class of 1964 Reunion Directory? Better still, I think your friends would love to see you. At the very least, we would love a bio, which you can do online.
    Please file electronically here:

    I am also a writer-editor and have been a lifelong (practically) journalist. I write under the name Janet Silver Ghent. While I remarried 14 years ago, I didn’t change my professional name. Plus, there’s a Janet Podell who is a Jewish right-to-lifer, and I don’t want to be identified in that way.

    Anyway, you can contact me at

    All my best wishes for the new year.

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