Contamination Nation

Ubiquitous food chain pollution prompts Stealth Syndromes Human Study redesign to enable reproducibility The American food chain is so thoroughly contaminated that it has introduced scores of confounding factors that have raised serious public health concerns and delayed the first human scientific trials of environmental chemicals. That contamination has also made it impossible for scientists […]

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Yet another reason the Stealth Syndromes Human Study is needed

The Retraction Watch web site shared an article about null hypothesis testing — “Almost 40% of peer-reviewed dietary research turns out to be wrong” — which illustrates why direct, experimental studies on humans (like our study) can yield more accurate and reproducible data than statistical methods. This is not to say statistical methods are wrong […]

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The Importance of Addressing the Previously Unaddressable

The outcome of this study may make a substantial contribution by definitively and credibly evaluating the human effects of endocrine disruptors and other environmental chemicals. Regardless of whether the thesis of this study is proven or not, it will add vital data that can help scientists, health professionals, and the general public to understand risks […]

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Details: Moving from approved protocol to planning

The excitement built into the science of an approved study study eventually has to give way to the operational details grunt work. I have been compiling possible candidates for collaborators and labs to conduct the blood/EDC/epigenetic/DNA break testing. Designing the protocol for maximum compliance Before those tasks can be done properly, the success of the […]

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