Local Physician Publishes Science Fiction Story
Bloomfield Hills Practitioner Seeks To Make Sense of the Pandemic
|Keri Topouzian, DO|
Keri Topouzian, DO, board-certified regenerative medicine physician and author, has published a new e-book, The Sarcovian Genocide. In it, Dr. Nicholas Sickle, the face of a U.S. governmental task force conveying information to the public, meets with a team of government agents directing efforts to kill aliens who have infiltrated the world population (in human form and unknown to the public). The plan is to use vaccines designed to wipe out the invading alien population. To gain compliance from the public, the agents discredit alternative therapies and use time travel to seek advice from Linus Pauling, the 20th century Nobel Prize-winning chemical engineer.
“There are many parallels to our current situation," says Topouzian. "If you have ever wondered why it seems all roads lead to vaccines, or the use of antiparasitic agents and early treatment protocols are often downplayed, this science fiction short story will help make sense of it."
Dr. Topouzian is planning a companion book, The Blood of Angels, for future release. It will continue his approach of using science fiction to help illuminate health crises.
The Sarcovian Genocide is available to purchase as an e-book for $1.50 on Amazon.com and at Smashwords.com/books/view/1130438.
Keri Topouzian, DO, has offices in Bloomfield Hills and Saginaw. For more information, visit AskDrT.weebly.com