Quackwatch – Dr. Barrett
This occurred in 2003. Dr. Barrett’s attack is both misleading with respect to the science that I present and ad hominem in nature. Testimonials were used by me but only as a verification of the science’s Real-Life results. A manufacturing issue occurred that was quickly remedied, and it is important to note that no one was harmed. It is illegal to say that a nutritional product can help a disease even if it is true, and of this I am guilty. I am certainly a research scientist, but I never stated that I was a doctor or a PhD. I was an adjunct professor in the pharmacy department. Please see the attached letters from both the former Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and former President of Texas Southern University.
The Weston A. Price Foundation
The attacks by Weston A. Price Foundation are particularly painful because I initially thought we would be colleagues, not adversaries, since we agree on many points. I don’t think the Foundation thoroughly read my work. Let me be specific: I was a consultant to the listed companies. Because “Google” didn’t find them isn’t my fault. I never moved to another city and never “renamed” anything. I became a nutritional consultant and, as a paid consultant, companies would utilize my recommendations as they saw fit. I write very succinctly. In fact, I am one of the few medical writers giving footnote references close to where they were used in the article, and I extensively quote from those references so that readers can form their own conclusions. I have no idea what the Foundation found “baffling,” and why it claims that I am “oversimplifying.” My Hidden Story of Cancer book with Dr. Habib, MD, is over 600 pages in its last (6th printing) hardcover edition. An article has to abbreviate and distill this enormous amount of information. The Foundation simply doesn’t like my prime thesis of how to prevent cancer via increased cellular oxygenation from PEOs.
(From 1985 to 2004, Prof. Catalá served as a full Professor of Biochemistry and was a Member of the Argentine Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. His laboratory has been interested for many years in the lipid peroxidation of biological membranes. He has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals, several chapters in books, and four edited books, including Lipid Peroxidation in 2012.) He is a specialist in the topic I wrote about.
The website relied on the conclusions and insights of a medical student. Compare that with the expertise of Prof. Catalá. In addition, my article was thoroughly edited by a medical editor. I am saddened that Retraction Watch is quick to criticize but unable to provide quantitative scientific references that bolster their unfounded criticisms.
End Sickness Now! — Steve Carter
Response to Dr. Gaby’s Commentary of “Vytorin Failure Explained – A New View of LDL” in the October 2008 – Townsend Letter
The views expressed on this web site. represent the personal opinion of Brian Peskin based on his years of research, and some conclusions may be contrary to popular opinion.
Brian Peskin earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.). He received an appointment as an Adjunct Professor at Texas Southern University in the Department of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (1998-1999). The former president of the University said of Brian’s discoveries: “…His nutritional discoveries and practical applications through Life-Systems Engineering are unprecedented.” Brian founded the field of Life-Systems Engineering Science in 1995. This field is defined as The New Science of Maximizing Desired Results by Working Cooperatively with the Natural Processes of Living Systems.