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Dec, 07
2012

As Long As We Remain Ignorant

Doug Kaufmann I remember yesteryears sinus surgeries very well.  Not first handed mind you, but had I never figured out my own health problems decades ago, I’m certain that some sinus surgeon would have sold me on sinus surgery by now.  After all, they do convince 300,000 people annually that they need this admitted “not curative” surgery.  Do the math.  You may not have needed it, but somebody did. 

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Dec, 07
2012

In Drugs We Trust

Doug Kaufmann

Yet another dangerous and very questionable drug has come onto the marketplace and the marketplace seems exuberant! Of course, the patients may suffer and die by taking Krystexxa, but with the cause of gout unknown, what options do we have but to take their medications? Besides, it’s FDA approved!

I don’t think that we need more gout drugs.  The current ones are antifungal drugs and THAT is the point we need to address to help those readers who suffer from gout. 

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Dec, 07
2012

Fungus And The Brain

Doug Kaufmann Some of my older medical books on fungus (Mycology) talk about fungus entering the brain.  This isn’t normal, but neither is it news to the publishing scientists.  Do you suppose fungus in the brain might cause a serious condition like epilepsy? 

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Dec, 07
2012

Drugs For The Masses!

Doug Kaufmann

In an earlier communication, I blogged about then CEO of Merck Pharmaceutical Company’s Henry Gadsden, telling Fortune Magazine that his one regret was that pharmaceutical companies could only sell their wares to sick people.  What Gadsden wanted, was to be more like Wrigley’s gum because gum could be sold to sick and well alike.

 

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Dec, 07
2012

Gene Mutation

Doug Kaufmann

Broken Genes Cause Serious Coordination, Growth, Visual, Speech, and Muscle Defects?

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Doug Kaufmann

Genes are units of heredity in living organisms.  We are living organisms and have approximately 50,000-100,000 “expressed sequence tag” genes according to Wikipedia.org.

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