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We are all doomed. Everything is toxic.

We are an extremist society. We diet. We binge. We fear vaccines. We love viagra. We won’t touch gluten. We pop antibiotics like candy. At some point we decided that we know better than trained professionals. 3,690 more words


Kill It. Maim It. Mimic It.

In my field, stories of famous scientific discoveries are like childhood fairy tales. Ask any immunologist and they can tell you the one about Jenner, the milkmaids, and the neighbor boy (wow, that almost sounded dirty). 1,981 more words


Adding docetaxel to ADT and radiation therapy for high-risk prostate cancer

Earlier today, at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), we were given the results of RTOG 0521 — a large, randomized trial of adding docetaxel chemotherapy to androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) and radiation therapy for men with high-risk prostate cancer. 712 more words


Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Tomljenovic (Full Interview)


Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic on how vaccine adjuvants affect your brain.



Declining trend in the utilization of adjuvant radiation after surgery

A recent report in European Urology found that, in spite of three randomized clinical trials (RCTs) that proved the efficacy of immediate or adjuvant radiation following surgery with adverse pathology results compared to a wait-and-see approach, a lower percentage of such patients are actually getting adjuvant treatment. 490 more words


3-Year Feline Rabies Vaccine coming out

I had an enlightening talk with a favorite client and an experienced veterinarian. I didn’t know that cat owners can be fined $1,000.  If their unvaccinated cat bites someone, sending that person to the hospital room, and the owner ignores the… 288 more words


Side effects of salvage radiation -- difficult to draw conclusions based on database analyses

Two analyses of Italian and US databases have investigated whether delaying initiation of radiation therapy could diminish the side effects of radiation after prostatectomy. The conventional wisdom is that waiting longer allows the newly cut tissues more time to heal completely before the onslaught of radiation. 807 more words