NATURAL IMMUNITY FUNDAMENTALS (NIF Class) with Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych
Want to gain science-based perspective on natural immunity? Join BBCH to have access to the NIF class, pre-recorded by Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych, Ph.D. as a 6-part lecture series. For NIF lecture topics and free viewing of one of the NIF lectures,
please visit Dr. Tetyana's website:
LIVE Q&A SESSIONS
Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych holds monthly Q&A sessions via zoom. Access to these private meetings is included with your BBCH membership subscription.
As a BBCH member, you will have access to BBCH Archive, a collection of slideshows, recordings, and other resources from past BBCH HOUR events, including peer-reviewed STUDIES relevant to re-assessing the risks, benefits, or necessity of common
BBCH COMMUNITY FORUM
Have you been bullied by a doctor over health care choices you carefully made for your child? You are not alone. BBCH welcomes its members to the FORUM to share experiences and peaceful solutions to medical bullying.
Message from FOUNDING MEMBER Tetyana Obukhanych, Ph.D.
We live in a society where chronic childhood illness has become the rule rather than the exception. Food allergies, eczema, asthma, incessant ear infections, seizures, neuro-immune and gut issues, and learning disabilities are now the "new normal"
in children's health.
While a child's level of health may depend on many factors, some outside of our immediate control, those of us whose children have maintained the robust health they were born with will tell you that it's not due to luck but, rather, due to our efforts
to carefully research and apply the health care choices we make. Our decisions are rooted in science that informed us what's wrong with the one-size-fits-all standard of well-child care, which prioritizes narrowly tailored goals over long-term health
and has allowed a generation of children to become chronically ill. Our decisions are also rooted in the precautionary principle and maternal intuition.
Some of us were lucky to find a doctor who turned out to be a true champion for our child’s health. Others weren't so lucky, having encountered a facet of the medical culture that promotes bullying of parents under the assumption that the medical
system “knows best.” Protecting the choices that allow our children to grow up healthy has become a bigger battle than we could have ever anticipated.
Now we have a new task — that of building bridges in children’s health with doctors who will listen to us and understand our choices. It might take time to establish and cultivate a parent-doctor relationship rooted in mutual trust and respect of
fully informed consent in pediatric care, as not many doctors can escape the conditioning of the medical system that encourages them to persuade rather than inform their patients. But our children deserve this extra effort on our part.
I invite you to join BBCH to be part of the community dedicated to protecting our children's health and improving the dialogue between parents and doctors.