by Dr. Jacob Schor

Cancer stem cells, doxycycline and glioblastoma

Jacob Schor ND, FABNO September 6, 2017       Cancer Stem Cells. Most glioblastoma cancers recur despite the patient undergoing full surgical removal, chemotherapy and radiation.   The most plausible explanation for this almost guaranteed recurrence is the... Continue Reading →


Repurposed drugs for treating glioblastoma

September 5, 2017 Jacob Schor ND, FABNO   In the medical literature there are a growing number of hints that various drugs not typically used for treating cancer might actually be useful for treating glioblastoma. These drugs used to... Continue Reading →

World’s oldest man dies

Yisrael Kristal died Friday and was buried yesterday evening in Haifa. Before his death, he had the distinction of being the oldest living man in the world. He was accorded that title in 2014by Guiness World Records when with the... Continue Reading →

Nanoparticles and disease: an explanation is getting closer…..

Why Nanoparticles pose health risks: mechanisms of action Jacob Schor ND, FABNO June 2017 Jacob Schor ND, FABNO     At this point it is pretty much accepted that airborne exposure to environmental nanoparticles is associated with significant increases in... Continue Reading →


Dr Bloom and I had a special opportunity a few days ago, a guided tour of the Palestinian Museum of Natural History by the founder, Mazen Qumsiyeh.  Dr. Quimsiyeh is both the museum's founder and also its director.  Mazen is... Continue Reading →

Vacation Update

Our summer vacation..... June 12, 2017 Jacob Schor ND, FABNO As many of you are aware Dr Bloom and I have been in Israel this last week visiting our daughter Sophie who has been living here for the past three... Continue Reading →

Atypical Weather

Atypical weather May 9, 2017   We have had some atypical weather these last few days. Yesterday morning walking down Montview Boulevard I imagined that someone had taken a colossal comb and raked it through the trees that line the... Continue Reading →

Bee Swarm

Bee Swarms May 2, 2017   This morning Poppy and I paused on our walk down 22nd Street to watch a young man trying to coerce a honeybee swarm from a tree branch into a pine half-super box in which... Continue Reading →

Full on Winter

Full On Winter April 25, 2017   “It’s still full on winter up there,” warned Roger as he helped load the helicopter behind Alpine’s hangar in Golden last week, “dress warm.” He was absolutely right in his warning. While Golden,... Continue Reading →

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