The Committee on Human Research (CHR) at the University of San Francisco Medical School has approved the Stealth Syndromes experimental protocol. This study approves Stealth Syndromes co-founder Lewis Perdue’s protocol to determine if standard clinical blood tests can be used to detect physiological changes that may be caused by the absorption of environmental chemicals, including […]
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From “Epidemic” to “Syndromes” – Why The Name Change?
In the beginning, Becca Yeaman-Irwins and I (Biographies) began with the idea of a book which would be based solidly on peer-reviewed, published science and which could be easily understood by a non-scientist. As we studied, absorbed, curated, summarized and wrote about thousands of peer-reviewed studies, the book took second place to a more involved […]
What Is The Stealth Syndromes Project?
The Stealth Syndromes Project (formerly known as the Stealth Epidemic Project) is an undertaking of two scientists — Lewis Perdue and Becca Yeamans — to help the general public reduce personal risk from hormone disrupting chemicals – also known as Endocrine Disruptors. To do this, Lew and Becca have created three activities that form the […]
What Is A Stealth Chemical?
Stealth chemicals are those whose effects show up as unrelated illnesses. This contrasts with known toxic chemicals like arsenic which are “in your face” poisons that can be readily identified by doctors and scientists. For example, endocrine disruptors such as Bisphenol A and phthalates from plastics are stealth chemicals because hundreds of scientific studies show […]
The Original “Human Lab Rat” Experimental Protocol – Old and superseded
This post is from 2014. Many changes have occurred since this, including the approval of our improved study protocol by the School of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco. Details on that are at: The Stealth Syndrome Human Study. The primary goal of the Stealth Syndromes Project is to enable the average person […]
You Are A Lab Rat
You’re a lab rat. You and every other American – our families, friends, co-workers, children (born and unborn) – are lab animals in the largest global experiment in chemical exposure and altered evolution in the history of mankind. Indeed, for several decades, we have all been un-consenting test animals for hundreds of unregulated and largely […]