Atherosclerotic Plaque as Infected Biofilm on Electron Microscopy by Jeffrey Dach MD Highlights of the Matters from the Heart ICIM March 2019 Philadelphia Meeting. At the recent Integrative Medicine Meeting, Dr Thomas Levy gave a great talk on dental issues … Continue reading →
Fibrinolytic and Proteolytic Enzymes, Medical Use by Jeffrey Dach MD Sam is a 24 year old with a swollen painful ankle after an injury playing basketball. Xrays are negative for fracture, but Sam cannot walk and stays at home applying … Continue reading →
Low Level Endotoxemia LPS Theory of Coronary Artery Disease The LPS theory of coronary artery disease is the idea that “Leaky Gut” is the direct cause of atherosclerosis by virtue of the LPS, endotoxin released into the blood stream which … Continue reading →
Low Level Endotoxemia, Depression, Endocrinopathy and Coronary Artery Disease by Jeffrey Dach MD Tom, a 52 year old male arrived in my office with chief complaint of depression, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and low libido. Tom is a successful business … Continue reading →
Atherosclerotic Plaque as Infected Biofilm by Jeffrey Dach MD I first met Stephen Fry M.D. a couple of years ago at his booth at the ACAM meeting at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, and enjoyed an interesting conversation about his … Continue reading →
BioFilms in Chronic Rhino Sinusitis You might be wondering why antibiotics and antifungal drugs are ineffective for chronic sinus infections. It’s because of the Bio-Film formation. Biofilms are colonies of microbes that form a mass which is resistant to drug … Continue reading →
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