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Archives Week 10 – July 23, 2022

After a five week hiatus spent planning my physician Masterclass in exosomes, I resume posting archives.

The first blog is showing older women resuming reading as a sign of executive cognitive function….

The second explores autophagy, the secret behind the cleansing effects of fasting, and its relationship to telomere shortening….

The last is a shallow dive into a shallow subject- political correctness

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Archives Week 9 – June 8th, 2022

What is my clinical approach to exosome use? Watch the final installment of the foundational lectures

In this week’s news, they are discussing a “cure for cancer”. My blogs from 7 and 12 years ago explain all you need to know

On a visit to Harvard, I was reminded of how binary thinking is the root of much of the world’s confusion. Life is polyphonic and sometimes, a simple melody is the exception that proves the rule.

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Archives Week 8 – May 22, 2022

What are some of the risks of exosome usage?

When you test exosomes for ingredients, they will show as just normal saline…unless you know how to look

Numerous studies prove that the risk of dying from Covid correlates with shortened telomeres.

With comedians being physically reprimanded for their jokes, is only ageism the last remaining “ism” that you can joke about?

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Archives Week 7- May 15, 2022

In the three years since I started using and learning about exosomes, they have become “FDA-approved’ (for Covid-19 mitigation). Let’s explore what that means

The exosome blog discusses a friend of mine whose nerve pain resolved after exosomes.

The telomere blog shows my theory of telomere erosion causing cancer and disease is valid

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