Convicted for using natural remedies to treat dying son, father back promoting alternative medicine
7 monthes ago - By National Post
Less than a year after being convicted of endangering his severely ill son by relying on natural remedies, David Stephan was on the road this week promoting the merits of alternative medicine.
The Alberta father found guilty with this wife of “failing to provide the necessaries of life” to their 18-month-old son Ezekiel appeared Tuesday at an alternative health store in Prince George, B.C., to promote a nutritional supplement claimed to treat mental illness.
“Come listen to David Stephan talk about how his family members suffered from mental illness and were made well,” read a flyer...
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