Chronic Disease Is Evolution In Reverse

Majid Ali, M.D. Here is a simplicity that reduces many complexities of chronic disease.   A diseases is a state of regression— evolution in reverse, so to speak. In 1998, I conceived this simple idea and the possibility that the origin of diseases, at its core, could be understood through an understanding of the origin of life on the planet Earth.

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What Is Biologic? What Is Psychological?

Majid Ali, M.D. Since I Do Not Know where biology ends and psychology begins, I am unable to answer the above two questions.     What I do understand is that psychosomatic and somatopsychic models of disease are artifacts of thinking.   My top priorities for fears, anxiety, and depression are prayer, love, and hope. All three exist in domains

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Ten Lessons For Anxiety, Fears, and Depression

Majid Ali, M.D. My Top Three for Anxiety, Fears, and Depression: Prayer, Love, and Hope My patients with fears, anxiety, and depression have given me valuable insights into the nature of their suffering. My work with integrative medicine has given me a perspective on the cultural, philosophic, bioenergetics, prevention, and treatment aspects of these disorders. In this article, I present

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How Effective Is Precision Oncology?

Majid Ali, M.D. Not effective. That is the conclusion of one courageous oncologist.   Precision oncology has not been shown to work, and perhaps it never will, says Vinay Prasad. Precision oncology promises to pair individuals with cancer with drugs that target the specific mutations in their tumour, in the hope of producing long-lasting remission and extending their survival. The

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Alzheimer’s Disease, At Its Roots, Is An Oxygen Problem

Majid Ali, M.D. Oxygen model of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a unifying model with a strong explanatory power for all known clinical, microscopic, immunologic and biochemical aspects of the disease on the disease. It holds that disruptions of oxygen signaling and mitochondrial function are etiologic basis of AD. I first proposed this model in RDA: Rats, Drugs, and Assumptions (1995).

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