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Systemic distribution of the ubiquitous enteric fungus, Candida albicans (C Alb) may require less opportunism than had previously been considered. High enteric levels of C Alb have demonstrated the ability to spill-over in significant numbers into the host's peripheral circulation. It has also...
The aging of the nervous system is not fully understood, but defects in mitochondrial energy production, originating in mitochondrial DNA mutations, have been implicated, along with neurotransmitter deficiencies and excitotoxic mechanisms. Molecules involved in energy metabolism, such as NADH,...
In a preliminary uncontrolled trial, an oral vitamin B12 formulation (cyanocobalamin aminolate, trade name CobamaxTM) containing 600 μg vitamin B12 per day was administered to a small cohort of HIV + individuals, most of whom had been previously diagnosed with AIDS. Responses to a set of...
The present period of medical advances may be regarded as a paradigm shift in concepts of health and disease. There is inevitably a transition where the “old” paradigm is in conflict with the “new.” Each depends upon the disease model that is in vogue at the time that it was conceived. The...
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