Global Censorship of Health Information

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In this book veteran constitutional lawyer Jonathan W. Emord explains the intellectual origins of freedom of speech from the Age of Enlightenment to the founding of the American republic.  Today government censorship of health information worldwide relies on the same mechanisms of prior restraint that were used in Europe from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries.  Emord shows this censorship to be a byproduct of government efforts to protect state-sponsored drug monopolies from competition.  The protectionism locks out of the market information indispensable to human health to fill the coffers of drug companies and to establish drugs to be the only lawful means to prevent and treat disease when an enormous body of science reveals dietary ingredients to have disease prevention and treatment effects.  Convinced that speech freedom and health are lost due to government censorship, Emord explains how litigation and legislation can be used to bring down the barriers and give the public access to information that can save lives.

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About the Author

Jonathan Emord is one of the nation's leading free speech attorneys. He has defeated the Food and Drug Administration a remarkable seven times in federal court, more times than any other attorney in American history, earning him the title, "FDA Dragon Slayer." He is the 2007 recipient of the Cancer Control Society's Humanitarian Award for "winning and preserving our great civil rights to life, to liberty, and to health freedoms." He is the only non-scientist ever appointed to the Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists and serves as that organization's Vice Chair. In 2010, he became the first person awarded the title "Honorary Nutrition Specialist" by the CBNS. Congressman Ron Paul says "[a]ll freedom-loving Americans are in debt to Jonathan Emord for his courtroom [victories]" and calls him a "hero of the health freedom revolution." Formerly an attorney in the Reagan Administration's Federal Communications Commission, Emord has practiced constitutional and administrative law in Washington, D.C. for the past twenty-five years. He is routinely consulted by industry, Congress, and the media on regulatory issues that affect health freedom. He is the author of five critically acclaimed books: Freedom, Technology, and the First Amendment (1991); The Ultimate Price (2007); The Rise of Tyranny (2008); Global Censorship of Health Information 2010); and Restore the Republic (2012). Mr. Emord is the American Justice columnist for USA Today Magazine.

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