Survival Medicine Hour: Leon Pantenburg, Annie Tuttle, Upcoming New Edition
One of the great things about traveling to speaking engagements all over the country is meeting old and new friends who have made contributions to the welfare of those in the preparedness community. In this special road edition of the Doom and Bloom ™ Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, MD (aka Dr. Bones) and Amy Alton, ARNP (aka Nurse Amy) are in the great state of Oregon, and meet Leon Pantenburg, one of the first writers on preparedness topics in the modern, post-Y2K era at his website survivalcommonsense.com. Leon has been putting out great educational information for those interested in self-reliance for a very long time. It’s a pleasure to have a few minutes with Leon to discuss his journey, both in the past and in the future.
Also, we are pleased to interview Annie Tuttle, editor of the new print edition of Self-Reliance Magazine, an important new publication about which Annie talks in detail with Nurse Amy. Get a perspective of what the future holds for Self-Reliance magazine, self-reliance in general and Annie, Dave and Lenie Duffy, and the rest of the great folks at backwoodshome.com.
Plus, the third edition of the Survival Medicine Handbook is almost ready to hit Amazon. The third edition will be 670 (whew!) pages of medical information written in the mindset of the medically self-reliant, meant to help, in plain English, the average person become a medical asset to their loved ones in times of trouble. Dr. Alton talks about the upcoming third edition, his brand new Zika Virus Handbook, and more in this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour.