Monthly Archives: May 2013

Self Harming and Our Pink Lady of Boston

The United States of America has a long and troubled history of self-harm, always carefully crafting a scapegoat to suffer the ensuing reprisals – invasions, wars, or brutal crackdowns.  This undeniable trait arises from a constitutional ban on any president … Continue reading

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What They Don’t Tell You About Cancer

When I found myself with stage III squamous cell carcinoma, and in need of a year of drastic treatments, I was shaken enough to consume half a bottle of wine and the strongest espresso, to ponder my options.  As it … Continue reading

Posted in Aquired bacterial immunity to antibiotics, Biology, Cancer, Cancer Research, Chemotherapy, David S Goodsell, Designs in nature, Horizontal genetic transfer, Iain Carstairs | Tagged , , , , , , , | 35 Comments