I’m Dr. Gábor Lenkei. I was born in 1961. I graduated in 1986 with a medical degree with highest honors (summa cum laude).
I worked in a formal setting for six years at the University of Debrecen Medical School. I gained experience as a medical researcher, later as a clinical doctor in the department of internal medicine and then in obstetrics and gynecology as well.
To me, the setting permitted by official medicine seemed too rigid, too narrow. My enthusiasm, ambition, and unquenchable desire to find new and better solutions pried these barriers apart. I began to proceed down a path that I set out myself.
I made the right decision. If I had stayed within the official setting, perhaps I never would have come across the information that forms the foundation of my activities today.
I understood when and why medical science became rigid and withdrawn.
I understood that dominance over medical education had been taken over – beginning from the early 1900s – by an interest group that was not interested in people living their entire lives in full, thriving health.
I understood that there exists a very active force that benefits from people being ignorant, fallible, vulnerable and unable to maintain a high level of health.
That’s when I found myself face to face with the pharmaceutical mafia.