March 26, 2015 From Harvard: Darwin, Mitochondria, and a completely different theory of Alzheimer’s Disease that has something to do with Oxygen Although natural selection is often thought of as a force that determines the adaptation of replicating organisms to their environment, Harvard researchers have found that selection also occurs at the level of neurons, which are post-mitotic cells, andRead more
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Majid Ali, M.D. The initial symptom of some of my patients was persistent and debilitating fatigue. They were diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. All of them later developed muscle soreness and trigger points and problems of mood, memory, and mentation, which also qualified them for the diagnosis of fibromyalgia. The initial symptoms of some other my patients were muscle sorenessRead more
Majid Ali, M.D. What did my microscope teach me about leukoplakia? What do medical textbooks teach me about leukoplakia? Most importantly, what did my patients teach me about leukoplakia? I answer the questions in this order and address the crucial matter of leukoplakia turning into cancer. What did my microscope teach me about leukoplakia? Leukoplakia is a chronic condition characterizedRead more