Understanding SIBO – Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment by Jeffrey Dach MD Alfred, a 57 year old CEO of a high tech company, flew in from Europe to see me for symptoms of abdominal gas, bloating, pain … Continue reading →
Bioidentical Hormone Estriol Beneficial For Multiple Sclerosis MS by Jeffrey Dach MD Multiple sclerosis affects about a million people worldwide. It is an auto-immune neuro-degenerative disorder characterized by demyelinating plaques thought the brain and spinal cord, visible on MRI scans … Continue reading →
Low Dose Naltrexone – LDN Part Four by Jeffrey Dach MD Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy RSD – and Fibromyalgia Left Image: Bone Scan showing increased uptake left hand, positive for reflex sympathetic dystrophy, courtesy of medscape.com. My previous articles on LDN … Continue reading →
A Case of Remission from Crohns Disease with Low Dose Naltrexone LDN by Jeffrey Dach MD Tom came into my office about 6 months ago. He is a 32 year old male with a long history of inflammatory bowel disease. … Continue reading →
Predicting The Future of Medicine by Jeffrey Dach MD As a kid growing up in Chicago, I spent much time in the public library reading the science fiction novels of Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, and Robert Heinlein. With uncanny … Continue reading →
Hepatitis C, Autoimmunity and Gluten by Jeffrey Dach MD Unethical Advertising for a Disease Advertisement to draw attention to a disease should raise a red warning flag. A basic rule is that real diseases don’t need any advertising, Only phony … Continue reading →
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