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On COVID Updates and October ’21 Miscellany

What about Dengue Vaccince, they had a three-dose regimen over an 18-month period, and they vaccinated 700,000 kids. And they went through 2.5-3 years before they got an ADE signal, antibody-dependent enhancement, which is a process where the antibodies g[...]

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On COVID Updates and October ’21 Miscellany

What do you thin about this: But you also have to consider that you are now firmly in, if you're talking about three doses over an 18 month period, for example, you're now firmly in the camp of the dengue vaccine, where they had a three-dose regimen over a[...]

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On COVID Updates and October ’21 Miscellany

Doc, this is from Chris MasterJohn, what do you think about this, "But you also have to consider that you are now firmly in, if you're talking about three doses over an 18 month period, for example, you're now firmly in the camp of the dengue vaccine, wher[...]

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On COVID Updates and October ’21 Miscellany

Doc, This is from Chris MasterJohn. You probably know this scientist. Does this make you think differently? How do you respond to this example? "But you also have to consider that you are now firmly in, if you're talking about three doses over an 18 month [...]

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On Irregulars Annual Review

Travis, where does VGHCX stand? Are you buying it on this dip?[...]

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On Microblog: Aging: What’s All This about Preventing or Slowing It Down?

Doc, can you explain why metformin is acting as an antibiotic in some way?[...]

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On The Last Samurai Biotech

Thank you Dr. KSS. I mistakenly imagined diet rich in beans and avocados would be a deterrent of this issue in central america. Is it all due to expansion of processed foods there? Does magnesium citrate cause the bowel "Laziness"? or is it less prefer[...]

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On The Last Samurai Biotech

Dr. KSS, so does Mg citrate work as a regular laxative similar to Mg oxide? Is that different from dulcolax? I assume it is not advisable then to keep taking it everyday? If you get dependent on it, how would you suggest getting off it? Eating more veggie[...]

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On The 2015 Stock Gumshoe Biotechnology Awards Show!

I have not researched this area. What are the main side effects of TRT or maybe what would you suggest that the person checks besides Total and Free Testosterone? If one starts using TRT does it become very difficult to get off it, would it have to be for[...]

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On The 2015 Stock Gumshoe Biotechnology Awards Show!

Thanks so much. I know it will not work much anyway but is the risk due to the possible T conversion to DHT or estrogen or just with the herbal purity?[...]

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On The 2015 Stock Gumshoe Biotechnology Awards Show!

Doc, what are the Total Testosterone and Free Testosterone levels you think are adequate for people between 30-40 years old? Do any of the current supplements work such as Tribulus? Heavy training?[...]

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On Big Bucks from Big Prostates?

Doc, whats about K2 specifically. What do you think about this research article? http://www.westonaprice.org/health-topics/abcs-of-nutrition/on-the-trail-of-the-elusive-x-factor-a-sixty-two-year-old-mystery-finally-solved/[...]

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On Friday File -- Casey's "Important News" flop and some updates on favorites

Travis, with XRX sold, how does ARCO look to you now?[...]

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On Microblog: A Non-Statin Pill That Really Lowers Cholesterol, Blood Pressure and Inflammation without Side Effects Would be a Good Investment, Right?

I might have posted this before from Paul Jaminet's research site. But this is very interesting. "Infectious disease mortality approaches zero where TC averages between 215 and 245 mg/dl. It rises very sharply as TC falls. Over a wide range of TC, for eve[...]

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On Is the “Placebo Effect” Real? And Might it be Really Useful?

I can see how you can possibly argue that Acupuncture is placebo but how can you have a doubt about Chiropractic? If you have been to chiropractic, you know that it works really well. When you have a disk issue and you have pain of 9-10 and can not sleep[...]

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On Microblog: Yellow Eyes, White Powders, and an Unknown Nordic Biotech That May Green Things Up for Investors

Dr, I know you get overwhelmed here but at least are there any new products on the horizon for these?[...]

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On Microblog: Yellow Eyes, White Powders, and an Unknown Nordic Biotech That May Green Things Up for Investors

Doc, is there any new research or new products that are coming out to treat/cure seborrheic dermatitis or eczema besides steroidal compounds like desonite? what do you think of this study with fluconazole treatment? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16[...]

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On Microblog: Thoughts from Myron — Anniversary Musings, Celebrating Winners

Myron, do you still have confidence with LMRMF? Probably a good time for the "stink" bids?[...]

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On Where is the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Heading?

This is very relevant to this discussion. So the incidence of diabetes per 100,000 is in fact increasing. This is not to promote Ketogenic diets, just something to think about and follow future research. http://eatingacademy.com/nutrition/success-versus[...]

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On Microblog: Hepatitis with a C

Thank you[...]

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