I can't see why he's linking to the American Association of Clinical Chemists' "Labtests on Line". It's a reputable professional resource stressing the importance of Evidence Based Medicine. Perhaps so that he can link to a page as "Experts Disagree" which is in fact headed on the site as "Experts Disagree on the Utility of PSA tests". This is a complicated problem, involving both the diagnostic value of the tests and the clinical value of intervention in early prostate cancer. I can only wonder if it's included as a "teach the controversy" thingy - and the rest of the AACC site wrapped around to give his argument credibility.Paula Thomas wrote:See the bottom of this page for some interesting info.
- which is about as impressive as "eye of newt"! http://www.rg-40.com/html/july__05.htmla line of purely organic vegetable extracts, rich in amino acids required for the synthesis of dopamine receptors
Paula Thomas wrote:The only current reference to a Dr John Grinstein is in relation to Nutritional Medicine Research UK. in particular he seems to have written a clinical trial proposal. See the bottom of this page for some interesting info.
In 2005 he wrote another clinical trial proposal for Food Biochemistry Research UK.
Biochemistry Research UK appears to be the overall body.
Roger Stanyard wrote:
Nutritional Medicine Research appears to be run from his home. I am wondering whether this person is for real because I found a reference to his PhD on a web site of a diploma mill agent - see http://www.buy-degrees-online.com/phd_t ... ation.html. He doesn't seem to have any track record at all in published papers but appears to have been studying in the early 1980s and his web site seems to suggest that he published his PhD in 1994. The whole set up looks to be stunningly amateur. I've got a gut feeling he is peddling quack medicine.
The stuff he does in his lab seems to be well away from what would be mainstream biochemistry here, but then it is the USA. What a man's gotta do...We asked Dr O’Connor to arrange that samples of the fluid be sent to our Biochemistry Laboratory together with a copy of the hospital’s pathology cell report on the pleural fluid.
This claim that there are not enough atoms in the Universe for
life to have arisen by chance was made by this well qualified
on Revelation TV. Lots of talk about a fruit diet preventing
cancer etc. although I'm sure I heard results of a study which
refuted this claim a couple of weeks ago. I asume Grienstein is
a YEC (he would not be on Revelation TV otherwise). Grienstein
is on RTV at the moment so you should catch the end of his talk.
He will also be on Genesis TV for 2 hours this evening from
9.00pm. The second hour of the programme is a live phone-in so
those on the forum who are far more qualified in biology than I
am can put questions to him. Genesis TV is on Sky Digital
channel 772. There's also a live webstream.
The website they were giving out on R mornings was different to
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