Pennsylvania physician Lawrence Broxmeyer is acknowledged as both a perceptive and innovative medical investigator by colleagues in the United States and abroad. He has appeared in many peer-reviewed publications including as the lead author in The Journal of Infectious Diseases. Read a compendium of Broxmeyer's published, peer-reviewed articles on the most challenging medical problems of our day, including AIDS, Cancer, Mad Cow Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Tuberculosis, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and Alzheimer's Disease.
Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
The N.Y. Institute of Medical Research
Bird flu, influenza and 1918: The case for mutant
AIDS: It's the Bacteria, Stupid!
Phage therapy: A Trojan Horse Approach to the Control of Intracellular Pathogens (Chapter by Lawrence Broxmeyer in Patho-Biotechnology)
Diabetes Mellitus, TB, and the Mycobacteria: Two millenia of enigma
Parkinson’s-Another Look (Link to order book)
Is Cancer Just An Incurable Infectious Disease?
Is Mad Cow Disease Caused by a Bacteria?
Is AIDS Really Caused by a Virus?
Heart Disease: The Greatest 'Risk' Factor of Them All
Sars: Just Another Viral Acronym?
Killing of Mycobacterium Avium and Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
Bacteriophages: Antibacterials with a Future?
Parkinsons: Another Look
Novel Phage-Based Treatment Effective Against Mycobacterial Infections
Thinking the Unthinkable: Alzheimer’s, Creutzfeldt–Jakob and Mad Cow Diseases: The Age-Related Reemergence of Virulent, Foodborne, Bovine Tuberculosis or Losing Your Mind for the Sake of a Shake or Burger
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