This is a summary of my scientific paper presented at the International Conference and Scientific Debating Club in Prague in April 2014. It elaborates as to why we have to…
Mycoplasmas are tiny Gram negative bacteria. They are the most unusual self-replicating bacteria, possessing very small genomes, lacking a cell wall and dependent on the host (people) for its nutrients….
The complexity of disease in humans has increased over the past 30 years which I have also seen reflected in in my Clinic. We have new diseases developing that have never...Read More
Parkinson’s disease is the second most prevalent neurodegenerative condition in Australia with an estimated 70,000 Australian living with the disease. Recently ABC News reported on research showing a cluster of…