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Blood Type: Microbiome and Diet — CFS Remission

One of my favorite sources for information on the microbiome is run by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo. For many years he has advocated eating for your blood type. In this week’s issue of New Scientist. an article “Your gut bacteria may match your blood group – but we don’t know why“ The difference between many […] … Continue reading Blood Type: Microbiome and Diet — CFS Remission

HLA system in solid organ transplantation part 25 — MEDICINE FOR ALL

HLA mismatches and the production of alloantibodies HLA mismatches are not only the trigger for alloreactive T cells to destroy the transplant parenchyma, they also lead to the formation of alloreactive anti-HLA antibodies; and together they contribute to acute and chronic rejection, and the eventual immunologically-mediated transplant loss. But it is not the number […] via … Continue reading HLA system in solid organ transplantation part 25 — MEDICINE FOR ALL

Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) part 102 — MEDICINE FOR ALL

The discovery that foetal cells are devoid of the highly polymorphic HLA class Ia molecules, except for a low expression of HLA-C, is believed to play a dominant role for the induction of tolerance to the semi-allogenic foetus. Interestingly, the foetal-derived tissue in placenta does express the loss polymorphic HLA class Ib molecules, HLA-E, […] via … Continue reading Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) part 102 — MEDICINE FOR ALL

Why Doctors Hate Their Computers – Atul Gawande

On a sunny afternoon in May, 2015, I joined a dozen other surgeons at a downtown Boston office building to begin sixteen hours of mandatory computer training. We sat in three rows, each of us parked behind a desktop computer. In one month, our daily routines would come to depend upon mastery of Epic, the … Continue reading Why Doctors Hate Their Computers – Atul Gawande

Welcome To Medicare’s Open Season Your Head Is About To Explode – Howard Gleckman

It is Medicare open season. And, let’s face it, nobody has any idea what to do. The other night, I got a call from a friend who works in the long-term care advocacy world. She will soon turn 65 and is confronting the reality of enrolling in Medicare. She has been doing diligent research and … Continue reading Welcome To Medicare’s Open Season Your Head Is About To Explode – Howard Gleckman

Antibiotic Resistance: Breakthrough Study Offers Solution – Catharine Paddock PhD

When a team at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, OH, treated mice with specific small molecules that stop bacteria from producing toxins, all the animals survived an MRSA sepsis infection, compared with less than a third of untreated mice. The finding is significant because if the same is true of humans, … Continue reading Antibiotic Resistance: Breakthrough Study Offers Solution – Catharine Paddock PhD

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