Author Archive | Lewis Perdue

The Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals in Humans, is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt nonprofit organization

Please visit the  Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals in Humans to learn more about our tax-exempt research. Our Mission: The Center’s mission is to enable individuals and health professionals to take medically valid actions to avoid the risks of Endocrine and Epigenetic Disrupting Chemicals (EEDCs). The CDC says that EEDCs are found in most […]

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CRECH Center Begins Crowdfunding Campaign

Help Us Keep Harmful Chemicals Out of Your Body! Our first campaign to raise funds has begun! Click the CRECH link at IndieGoGo to learn about our fundraisng campaign. And please visit the  Center for Research on Environmental Chemicals in Humans to learn more about our tax-exempt research.

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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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The Study & Protocol As Approved

The Committee on Human Research (CHR) at the University of San Francisco Medical School has approved the Stealth Syndromes experimental protocol. This study approval allows Stealth Syndromes co-founder Lewis Perdue to become the test subject for a “proof of concept” study to determine if standard clinical blood tests can be used to detect physiological changes […]

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Why The Nickname “Human Lab Rat Study?”

The formal name of this study, as approved by the UCSF Medical School Committee on Human Research is: “Clinical blood profile assays as biomarkers to assess potential health effects resulting from the controlled elimination of suspected dietary and environmental chemical toxins.” That’s a mouthful, more than a little awkward when mentioning in conversation and does […]

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