Soon to follow… Poetry Dogs on Mars Dreamstix 9/18/10 Ruthless It hasn’t been long since you were here leaning over to me with those rolling eyes and your smirk turned smile, wryly pointing out to me how much I must be enjoying my meal to have my wrist wrapped into the food on my plate, […] Read more »

The Holography of Histamine

Brain physiology Histamine release is enhanced under extreme conditions such as dehydration or Hypoglycemia or by a variety of stress vectors. Mast cells release histamine, C5H9N3 Molecular mass 111.15 g /m Histamine releasing neurons are located exclusively in the TM of the hypothalamus, from where reactions stem. Neuromodulator- something ( such as a polypeptide or […] Read more »

Personalized Cancer Therapy

Daniel J. Dunphy, PA-C– 06.30.2009 The long-awaited era of personalized genetic medicine is finally dawning for people with cancer. A little-known reality of current “standard of care” in oncology is that genetic analysis of a person’s individual cancer is an effective, but unusual, method of cancer treatment. Having researched cancer testing for the last five […] Read more »

Micrometastatic, circulating tumor cells

I would like to share with you information from Prof. Dr. Michael Giesing, MD, PhD, the molecular geneticist, physician who, in the late 1970′s, and 80′s put together a test which isolated circulating tumor cells from the blood of cancer patients, identified the cancer genetics of these cells then tested them pharmaco-genetically to determine which […] Read more »

Dan with Doctor OZ


Recent articles & letters Dear L, Before entering into any type of chemo therapy it is useful to understand that the norm in treating most cancers is to assess through biopsy using microscopic, morphologic identification and staining. The treatment is then based upon statistical outcome studies of various tumor types. Chemo therapeutic and, more recently, […] Read more »