Synthesis by Jeffrey Bland
“ We need to listen to the patients' story and develop a response to it. The approach to complex syndromes may be much more profound than just trying to point a round peg into a square hole and get a singular diagnosis. ”
Jeffrey S. Bland, PhD

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Synthesis by Jeffrey Bland, PhD

Date Topics 
1/1/2000 None
Back to the Future in Fx Medicine-Review of Research Listen Now
2/1/2000 Stephen B. Edelson The Edelson Center for Environmental and Preventive Medicine
Birth defects, gene-environment interaction, Down’s syndrome, MTHFR gene mutation, Metoclopramide, hepatic immunotox- icology, MELISA Assay, environmental medicine, silicone breast implants, autism, malabsorption syndrome Listen Now
3/1/2000 Bruce S. Kristal Cornell University
Mitochondrial function, calcium transport, oxidative phosphoryl- ation, Krebs cycle, exercise intolerance, glucose intolerance, sleep debt, French Paradox, phenolic compounds, sulfhydryl, glutathi- one, NAC, energy production, gene transcription electron transport Listen Now
4/1/2000 Nicolas Gonzalez Private Practice
Nutritional oncology, HPA axis, salivary hormones, DHEA, work- related burnout, athletic competition, H2 blockers, peptic ulcer disease, Cimetidine, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome, WAS, cancer, cachexia, enzymes Listen Now
5/1/2000 Jeffrey Spencer Private Practice
Anesthesia, antibiotics, imaging techniques, pharmaceutical industry, nature versus nurture, aging, AD, visual function, term infants, DHA, ADHD, skin integrity, CLA, steroids, estrogen metabolites, soy, CVD, sports medicine, biomechanical analysis Listen Now
6/1/2000 Robert Rountree Private Practice
Health span, soy, genetic nutritioneering, gene expression, hyperinsulinemia, GALT, GI bacteria, chemical mimicry, probiotics, autism, MMR, cod liver oil, Secretin, atopic disease, immunization, pharmacogenetics, patient demographics, immunotics Listen Now
7/1/2000 Robert Sapolsky Stanford University
Fx somatic syndromes, asthma, glutathione S-transferase, breast cancer, bladder cancer, detoxification genomics, glucosamine, chondroitin, OA, CVD, salivary endothelin, amyloid b peptide, RCTs, dwarfism, growth hormone Listen Now
8/1/2000 James Goodwin Private Practice
Food allergy, immunotherapy, Metaclopramide, geriatric medicine, stem cells, cancer, antioxidants, pancreatic enzymes, pancreatic cancer, liver function, hepatitis C, ALA, GI system, proinflam- matory cytokines, Alosetron, L-glutamine, glutamate, arginine Listen Now
9/1/2000 Leo Galland Private Practice
Fat-soluble nutrients, dietary fat, osteoporosis, vitamin K, bone loss, CYP P450, detoxification, hip arthroplasty, DASH Study, pycnogenol, ICAM-1, homocysteine, EPA, DHA, zinc, gut ecology, magnesium, calcium, leaky gut, symbiosis, dysbiosis Listen Now
10/1/2000 James S. Gordon Center for Mind-Body Medicine
DSHEA, herbal products, phytomedicines, Chinese herbs, cancer, Aristolochia fangchi, dietary carcinogens, diet, Warfarin, tumor markers, APUD System, AFP, carcinoembryonic antigen, PSA Listen Now
11/1/2000 Bruce Ames CHORI
Heart disease, HRT, AD, pharmacogenetics, renal function, SLE, antioxidants, ROS, neopterin, MTHFR polymorphisms, colorectal cancer, fluorouacil, L-folinic acid, mutagens, Ames Test, lysosomal system, folic acid, RDAs, folate deficiency, oxidative damage Listen Now
12/1/2000 Dr. Donald L. Hayes Innovative Practice Solutions & Richard Weindruch
PhD University of Wisconsin
Human Genome Project, dysinsulinism, dysglycemia, insulin sensitivity, mitochondrial membrane permeability, lipid peroxi- dation, protein carbonyls, CVD, cobalamin, folate, fx gastro- enterology, calorie restriction, anti-aging medicine, bioimpedance, HIV Listen Now

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