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You couldn’t get enough of her, and you asked for more, so we delivered, starting today, “The Dr. Jane Ruby Show” will air on Red Voice Media, and new episodes will be published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

The star, Dr. Jane Ruby, joined the Stew Peters Show on Monday to preview her exciting new program.

It promises to deliver hard-hitting data analysis, groundbreaking interviews, and truth-packed commentary. It will be riveting, righteous, propaganda-busting, real science, and medical truth.

“We’re proud to be part of it,” Stew Peters said, speaking on behalf of his show and Red Voice Media.

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“All of this wouldn’t have come to this point without you, your help, your mentorship, the opportunity you gave me to come on your show about a year ago,” Dr. Ruby told Stew. “I’m very excited.”

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