Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet’s Family Breaks Silence for the First Time Since His Tragic Death

Erin Elizabeth interviews the family of the late Dr. Jefferey Bradstreet, a prominent and beloved autism researcher who devotedly helped his patients and worked tirelessly. What did the media do upon his death? Shamefully smeared him and created a false “anti-vaxxer” narrative, exploiting his death. Worse, they claimed that he killed people he worked with…. His family sets the record straight and talks about all current investigations, GcMAF and internet rumors as they still wade through the grief
What an amazing man; an amazing life. Our hearts are breaking as we hear from Bradstreet’s brother and his brother’s wife. Erin asks the deeper questions in this enlightening interview and they all put the rumors to rest. What really happened? How close were we to an autism cure? Natural Blaze

I am honored that the Bradstreet family sat down to talk with me about the beloved late MD; Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet.


I didn’t know how they felt when I wrote the first story about his tragic death when he was found in a river, with a gunshot wound to his chest, 7 weeks ago. Shortly thereafter, more holistic doctors were found dead, mostly here in Florida and mostly holistic, some of whom we knew well. I wrote the stories as tough as it was and we’re still waiting for answers.

I’ve been fortunate to talk with Bradstreets for a while now and they are nothing but an honest, sincere caring family and I cannot imagine how they must feel. I cannot even begin to understand the depth of their pain. I am just honored that they trust me and opened up to me for this first interview ever. Here we talk about Dr. Bradstreet and the man they knew as Jeff. We also discuss GcMAF and many other topics. Please click on the youtube video [] to listen.

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Erin Elizabeth is a long time “health nut” with a passion for the healing arts for nearly 25 years. Founder of Health Nut News, where this article first appeared.


She is an author, public speaker, and advocate for healthy living. You can get Erin’s book here for free and also watch a short documentary on how she overcame vax injuries, Lyme disease, a significant weight gain, and more. Follow Erin on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram

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Siniscalco D, Sapone A, Giordano C, Cirillo A, de Magistris L, Rossi F, Fasano A, Bradstreet JJ, Maione S, Antonucci N: Cannabinoid receptor type 2, but not type 1, is up-regulated in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of children affected by autistic disorders.
J Autism Dev Disord 2013, 43(11):2686-2695.
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