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The tomato effect : a documentary film

Kime chronicles ten doctors in the Bay Area who lose their licenses while practicing Environmental Medicine and diagnosing chemical illness. The filmmaker's father, Zane R. Kime, was one of these physicians who responded with a spectacular legal battle that progressed to the appellate court and was about to set precedent. But when he ends up dead after a mountain climbing accident, Faun picks up a camera and investigates. She uncovers not only shocking secrets about her father's death, but the sad truth about the state of health care
DVD Video, English, ©2005
Rabble Rouser Media, Santa Monica, CA, ©2005
Documentaries and Factual Films
1 videodisc (approximately 86 min.) : sound, color, with some black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Music by Jeff Beal ; edited by Kate Amend, Faun Kime ; cinematography by Chuck Barbee [and others].