April 2003 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Multi-talented

And those four names are the Mount Rushmore among doctors and scientists who pioneered vitamin C research and made the world aware just how much human health depends on this essential nutrient.

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Independent choices for cancer patients

More and more, cancer patients are choosing alternative therapies.

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Giving it away

Nymox is a cholesterol lowering statin drug. But Nymox boasts something that Lipitor and Zocor can’t. Nymox holds the patent rights for the use of statins to prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

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Hit delete

The NPR coverage of spam early last week just happened to coincide with an e-Alert I sent you (“Orwell Redux” 4/14/03) concerning the new federal medical privacy rule that went into effect last Monday.

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Fat flush weekend

How does this sound? Four days of eating delicious foods while getting plenty of exercise against the backdrop of a beautiful lake with mountain vistas in the fresh air of the Pacific Northwest…

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The benefits of N-acetylcysteine

A member named P.J. listed the usual vitamins that are known to lower homocysteine (folate, B-6, B-12), but wanted more information about a recommendation to take N-acetylcysteine NAC) .

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Fighting SARS

Researchers have identified the previously suspected corona virus as the cause of SARS. This is a very promising and important turning point in this international health crisis because scientists can now focus on much more specific possibilities for diagnosis and treatment of the disease.

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