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by Dr. Jacob Schor

Mean Platelet Volume is suddenly exciting….

Mean Platelet Volume Jacob Schor ND, FABNO 4-8-19 A rash of recently published papers suggest that the measurement of mean platelet volume (MPV) performed routinely complete blood count (CBC) tests is of greater prognostic value in a range of... Continue Reading →

Retirement Announcement

April 8, 2019 Dear Patients, Colleagues, and Friends, After twenty-eight years at the Denver Naturopathic Clinic, we will retire from practice this coming June.  We are pleased to let you know that two exceptional colleagues, Kelsey Asplin and Lauren Hacker,... Continue Reading →

Sugar Sweetened Beverage Consumption and Risk of Dying: the numbers are bad

Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO April 3, 2019 Readers of this newsletter are probably not your typical American. Thus, this may be hard for you to believe.   People living in the United States consume about 34 pounds (15.4 kilo)... Continue Reading →

Ralph Kleef at OncANP

DNC News: OncANP 2019 Jacob Schor ND, FABNO February 23, 2019 Ralph Kleef MD on Immunotherapy Issues The Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians held its Eighth Annual Conference last weekend in San Diego and I had the pleasure of attending. ... Continue Reading →

City Park Zombies

Jacob Schor ND, FABNO January 28, 2019 We have a houseguest named Sadie, a Great Pyrenees mix that normally lives across the alley with our neighbors.  When they leave town, Sadie is content to trot across the alley and... Continue Reading →

Ralph Moss reveals his methods

Jacob Schor ND, FABNO and January 24, 2019 All too often a patient, or more likely a patient’s spouse, starts our first encounter by saying, “Ever since I’ve (or we’ve) gotten this cancer diagnosis I’ve been doing research on cancer... Continue Reading →

Cardamom, the spice

Cardamom: the spice December 20, 2018   I’ve awoken over recent days with the taste of cardamom fading from a dream and this has left me in a peculiar mood, wishing I could remember the dream’s content. Cardamon or cardamom,... Continue Reading →

Christmas Pudding to Prevent Holiday Heart Attacks

Sarah’s Christmas Pudding Cures Heart Attacks December 18, 2018     The December 12 issue of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) contains a study by Moman A Mohammad and several colleagues in Sweden who examined the risk of myocardial infarctions... Continue Reading →

Curcumin and Alzheimer’s disease: an update

A recent study requires that we update an article we sent out a while back on curcumin and Alzheimer’s disease.  A while back turns out to be longer than guessed.  We sent out the article in June of 2010. Continue Reading →

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