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Clinic Help Desk Level 3 Support Tickets are now billing

Posted by on Aug 13, 2018 in Uncategorized

As announced in 2017, the trend in our practice has steadily been away from person-to-person appointments in real time via video or telephone communications towards more use of the web/email interface – the convenience of 24/7 on-line communications seems to be popular and passes seamlessly through time zones. When you contact us through the “Clinic Help Desk” your query will be assigned initially to one of 3 levels as previously described. To summarise the 3 levels are: Tier 1 : Non Medical: Administrative, scheduling appointments, billing and office info related...

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Alternative Theories of Cancer Causation – Are DNA Mutations Primary? McKee/Rountree Interview

Posted by on Aug 12, 2016 in Uncategorized

A rare interview with a favorite colleague, co-author and mentor of mine, Dr Dwight McKee. Dwight is board licensed in both oncology and internal medicine and has been involved in cutting edge and non-conventional cancer treatment for decades  – originally working with Dr Kelly in the days when actor Steve McQueen was seeking alternatives for his lung cancer following the failure of  standard of care  treatment to control his disease. The interview is conducted by Dr Bob Rountree, himself one of the few MDs who is also a long time member of the American Herbalist Guild but better...

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Ginkgo “causes cancer” scare?

Posted by on May 7, 2013 in Uncategorized

In March this year  a NIH Toxicology report on Ginkgo biloba was published,  summarizing the results of a 2 year rodent study on the toxicology of Ginkgo. The  report went largely unnoticed, although a couple of “Consumer Information” sites picked up the summary and issued a “warning” about Ginkgo consumption being associated with cancer. Since then one or two patients have discovered those second hand reports and asked me about the findings and whether there is cause for concern. As a result I have reviewed the full text of the NIH paper. The American Botanical...

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