Renowned bestselling author and holistic cancer specialist Mitchell Gaynor, M.D., was found dead over the weekend in the woods near his home, according to reports by several Web-based alternative medicine media outlets.
The New York-based doctor’s death prompted an outpouring of public support and love from friends and colleagues posting comments on his Facebook page, according to the Health Nut News
Citing comments from close friends and relatives, the Website reports the author of the bestselling book, “The Gene Therapy Book,” died a few days ago after walking away from a car accident.
His body was reportedly discovered over the weekend in the woods behind his country home upstate.
In recent months, several controversial natural health doctors have died under mysterious circumstances — some of whom had recent encounters with federal agents.
In July, Jeff Bradstreet, M.D., was reportedly found dead with a gunshot wound to his chest. The police concluded the gunshot wound was self-inflicted, but Dr. Bradstreet’s family suspects foul play.
Dr. Bradstreet was an outspoken critic of vaccines and an autism researcher. The doctor's family has reportedly hired private investigators to look into the fatal shooting.
On June 21, Dr. Bruce Hedendal of Boca Raton was found dead in his car with no explanation. Friends said Dr. Hedendal, 67, was in great physical shape.
Both doctors reportedly had run-ins with the feds due to their unconventional treatments.
Teresa Sievers, another natural health doctor from Florida, also died under mysterious circumstances earlier this week. She was reportedly murdered by an unknown attacker in her home, which is in an upscale neighborhood.
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