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 
1/1/2006 Farid Wassef Guardian Houston's Pharmacy Toronto
Pharmacology, nutrition, folic acid, micronutrient, chromium, vitamin E, DHA, statins, vitamin D, hypermethylation, soy Listen Now
2/1/2006 Martha R. Herbert Massachusetts General Hospital
Autism, intestinal enteropathy, epithelial IgG, MMR, microcurrent therapy, brain, white matter parcellation, autistic spectrum disorders, environmental genomics, neuroinflammation, vaccination, toxic exposure, steroids Listen Now
3/1/2006 Jacob Kornberg Center for Health Awareness
Personalized medicine, cytochrome P450 genotyping test, ADRs, pharmacogenomic testing, CFS, MCS, FM, auditory system, NIHL, oxygen, water, autoimmune disease, stress, antecedents, triggers, mediators, detoxification, vitamin D Listen Now
4/1/2006 Eleanor Rogan Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer
University of Nebraska
WHI, epidemic of obesity, L-Arginine therapy in acute myocardial infarction, estrogen and autoimmune diseases, postpartum seizures, aromatic hydrocarbons Listen Now
5/1/2006 Ruth DeBusk Mahan Center
DNA diet, messenger molecules & cell death, cytochrome C, toxic events & genetic uniqueness, evolutionary biology & atherosclerosis, antioxidants in photosynthesis & human nutrition, aflatoxin-induced tumorigenesis, quercetin, nutrigenomics Listen Now
6/1/2006 Herbert L. Needleman University of Pittsburgh
Are we Paleolithic?, nutrigenomics/proteomics/metabolomics, phytochemicals & phytonutrients, soy & public opinion, vitamin D3, lead body burden, history of environmental research on lead toxicity Listen Now
7/1/2006 Wayne Jonas The Samueli Institute
Optimal healing environments, neurocognitive performance: zinc & mercury, management of diabetes in the pre-insulin era Listen Now
8/1/2006 Neil Shulman Emory University
Compliance relationships, trans fats & cardiovascular disease, diet & inflammatory markers, an autoimmune case study (erythromelalagia), intestinal bacteria in immune function & overall Listen Now
9/1/2006 Lee Trotter Carson/Tahoe Hospital Medical Surgical Weight Loss Center
Rising rate of morbid obesity, bariatric surgery: impact on nutritional status & metabolism, and endocrinological improvements & changes following surgery Listen Now
10/1/2006 Richard Deth
Northeastern University
Homocysteine, D4 dopamine receptor, relationship between DR4 activity & ADHD and autism, thimerosal, genetrtrophic disease: alcoholism & the dopamine receptor, depression, betaine Listen Now
11/1/2006 John J. Bright Methodist Research Institute of Clarian Health
Gut function and vitamin D-calcium-magnesium, diverticulosis, modulating autoimmune disease with biomarkers, autoantibodies, experimental allergy encephalomyelitis (EAE) and multiple sclerosis research Listen Now
12/1/2006 Patrick Hanaway Genova Diagnostics
The gut & cholesterol biosynthesis, NSAID-induced enteropathy & gastropathy, systemic inflammatory conditions & gut-immune activation, immune privilege of the gut, functional GI testing, calprotectin, biofilms Listen Now

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