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Prominent Holistic Doctor 'Fighting Big Pharma' Found Dead in Lake

Dr. Cheung is the latest casualty in the epidemic holistic doctors being found dead.

 on 20th July 2018 @ 9.00pm
dr  cheung is the latest casualty in the epidemic holistic doctors being found dead © press
Dr. Cheung is the latest casualty in the epidemic holistic doctors being found dead.

A prominent Holistic Doctor has been found dead in a lake after his outrigger canoe allegedly overturned in the Berkeley Marina.

Dr. Cheung is the latest casualty in the epidemic holistic doctors being found dead.

Holistic chiropractor, 38-year-old Dr. Chris Cheung of Walnut Creek whilst paddling alone.

His body was found floating in the Marina on Saturday, the manner of death has not been determined by a coroner.

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According to AB7News: Friends are mourning the loss of an East Bay man who died after his outrigger canoe overturned in the Berkeley Marina over the weekend.

38-year-old Chris Cheung of Walnut Creek had been paddling alone before his body was found floating in the water Saturday afternoon.

Cheung was a member of the Dragon Max dragon boat team. Many are in disbelief that one of their own died in the same marina where they practice nearly every day.

"I was in shock, maybe even numb," said Judy Lee, a friend and teammate of Cheung's.

"He always had a smile. Whenever I saw him he was smiling, walking down really casually."

natural healer dr  mark flanagan was found dead of suspected suicide in march © press
Natural healer Dr. Mark Flanagan was found dead of suspected suicide in March

Cheung lived in Walnut Creek and worked as a chiropractor in the South Bay. His teammates say he was always willing to help any way he could.

"Some doctors you know are afraid of liabilities or whatever,but Chris was just so giving. There was no hesitation for him to help people out and work with us," said Gary Young, another friend and teammate of Cheung's.

It's unclear what may have happened out on the water. Cheung's vest was found inside the canoe. It was also windy that day with gusts of up to 25 miles per hour.

"His skill level was good enough, high enough. It shouldn't have happened," said Young.

The coroner has not yet determined a cause and manner of death.

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