Archives Week 9 – June 8th, 2022

What is my clinical approach to exosome use? Watch the final installment of the foundational lectures

In this week’s news, they are discussing a “cure for cancer”. My blogs from 7 and 12 years ago explain all you need to know

On a visit to Harvard, I was reminded of how binary thinking is the root of much of the world’s confusion. Life is polyphonic and sometimes, a simple melody is the exception that proves the rule.

In this 27-minute video, Dr. Ed Park of Recharge Biomedical reviews his approach to exosomes in the context of age mitigation, safety, efficacy, cost, and the patient-physician relationship.

EXOSOME BLOG- Neuralgia – August 3, 2019

Nerve pain from a dental accident cleared after 24 hours.

Telomere Blogs “Dec 8, 2015”

You may have seen a recent report of a small group of cancer patients cured with a PD-1 inhibitor. This is an known technology and the reason Jimmy Carter is still alive after metastatic melanoma. Read my blog from 7 years ago to understand this “new” cure

To understand how telomere erosion leads to cancer and how checkpoints act as cell suicide promoters, watch this video that I created 12 years ago

Slice of Life Blog (June 7, 2017)

There is only one melody that I’ve ever encountered where the root note of the scale never appears…happy 50th birthday to Roxy Music!

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