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The Hidden Hitches In Dry January/Mediterranean Diet Plans

By Lewis PerdueChief Scientist and ChairmanCenter for Research on Environmental Chemicals in HumansThis article is copyright 2024. Please Email the author if you wish to republish this entire article. Updated, January 15, 2024 THE BIG PICTURE — A Dry January or Mediterranean Diet can be a useful exercises for those who feel they have need […]

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Revised Protocol: UCSF IRB/CHR Number: 15-17703: Approved by IRB/CHR, November 14, 2018 (html)

Revised Protocol: UCSF IRB/CHR Number: 15-17703 November 14, 2018 Approved by IRB/CHR Co-Principal Investigators: W. Lewis Perdue, Dr. Victor I. Reus MD   Study Title: Clinical blood profile assays as biomarkers to directly assess potential health effects resulting from the controlled elimination of suspected dietary and environmental chemical toxins.   This study is the first […]

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Micro- and Nanoplastics: Background

Microplastics are generally those fragments that are less than five millimeters in size. However, a single microplastic fragment rarely stays the same size.   Whether found on dry land, in steams and oceans — or in your mouth as you chew, swallow and digest — natural and biological forces relentlessly reduce microplastics in size. Eventually, […]

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Heat Shock Protein Hsp27 points to causal link between BPA and cancer & chemotherapy resistance

NOTE: This is a case study using a new precision paradigm on how to assess risks of environmental chemicals by reliance on the pharmaceutical development process and its science. More about that new paradigm at: Precision evaluation of environmental chemical risk assessment The development of a cancer’s resistance to chemotherapy has become a disheartening and […]

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Precision evaluation of environmental chemical risk assessment: Using existing pharmaceutical evaluation results as a more accurate paradigm

The PharmBlocker: A new paradigm in assessing the risks of environmental chemicals PharmBlocker: An environmental chemical which acts on the identical cellular process as a pharmaceutical, but in a manner that decreases the effectiveness of the drug therapy. In plain words: If a substance is causal enough to investigate as a pharmaceutical, then it is […]

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The Hallmarks of Cancer in a Nutshell

The “Hallmarks of Cancer” were described for the first time in 2008 (and updated in 2011), as the subject of a landmark paper written by research scientists Douglas Hanahan and Robert A. Weinberg and published in the prestigious scientific journal Cell. The 2008 “Hallmarks of Cancer” paper defined six rules of interlocking processes that fed […]

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This is why you need to be concerned about tiny doses of environmental chemicals like BPA

 NOTE: this article is extracted directly from: “Key UCSF Medical School Committee Approves Stealth Syndromes Study.” (Caution: 110 footnotes ahead)     INTRODUCTION   The human health effects of low-level concentrations of certain Chemicals of Emerging Concern (CECs) has stirred immense controversy between traditional toxicologists and a more recent, emerging body of scientists grounded in […]

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Key UCSF Medical School Committee Approves Stealth Syndromes Study

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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Retracted Studies Show The System Is Working – But Not For Regulatory “Science”

The recent NY Times article on “Retracted Scientific Studies” shows that the system of peer review, transparency and reproducibility are working to keep the best science honest. But the system fails miserably when it comes to regulatory science affecting American public health. Public health suffers because nearly every study the federal government accepts for evaluating […]

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