Richard Moskowitz, MDis a physician in Family Practice since 1967.He received his B.A. from Harvard, and was Phi Beta Kappa, Cum Laude in Biochemical Sciences; his Thesis was “Nuclear Weapons Tests and their Hazards to Man”. Dr. Moskowitz received his MD from New York University. After finishing a Graduate Fellowship in Philosophy at the University of Colorado, he completed medical his internship at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Denver. Dr. Moskowitz has extensive postgraduate medical education as well as Holistic and Classical Homeopath Medical Education Training and Practice. And he has extensive experience teaching courses, seminars and lecturing. And he treats many children in his practice.
Dr. Moskowitz is a member of the American Institute of Homeopathy. He practices Family Medicine in Watertown, MA. Dr. Moskowitz has published dozens of peer-reviewed journal publications, and has lectured at numerous international conferences.
In his article, The Case Against Immunization (2015) Dr. Moskowitz explains why compulsory vaccination is wrong; it tramples on the fundamental right to free choice, and it disregards “basic differences in individual susceptibility”—the consequences can lead to catastrophic lifelong disability.