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About larryhbern

I currently have been engaged engaged with a medical informatics project called "Second Opinion" with Gil David and Prof. Ronald Coifman in the Program in Applied Mathematics at Yale. We plan a proof of concept study. I was the Chief, Clinical Pathology at NY Methodist Hospital, a 600+ bed hospital in Park Slope, Brooklyn, 2 hours from Bridgeport, CT, where I worked for 5 years, and was previously Chief of Clinical Chemistry and Chief of Blood Bank at Bridgeport Hospital for 22 years, and Acting Chairman of Yale University Department of Pathology at Bridgeport Hospital for one year prior to my experience at NY Methodist Hospital Weill-Cornell. I have done extensive work with nutrition (co-chaired the First International Transthyretin Congress in Strasbourg, chaired the 14th Ross Roundtable in Nutrition and the Beckman Roundtable on Prealbumin, and was recipient of the Labbe/Garry award of the Nutrition Division of AACC), troponins and with NT-proBNP and have current projects in normalizing the NT-proBNP for age and estimated glomerular filtration rate, with good success. I have served on the Board of Directors of NAACLS and the American Library Association Commission on Accreditation, am listed in America’s Top Physicians, Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering and Marquis’ Who’s Who in Medicine.

Proteomics – The Pathway to Understanding and Decision-making in Medicine

Originally posted on Leaders in Pharmaceutical Business Intelligence (LPBI) Group:
Larry H Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Author and Curator http://pharmaceuticalintelligence.com/2014/06/22/Proteomics – The Pathway to Understanding and Decision-making in Medicine ? This dialogue is a series of discussions introducing several perspective on…

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Is the Warburg Effect the Cause or the Effect of Cancer: A 21st Century View?

Is the Warburg Effect the Cause or the Effect of Cancer: A 21st Century View?.

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Garden Cress Extract Kills 97% of Breast Cancer Cells in Vitro

Garden Cress Extract Kills 97% of Breast Cancer Cells in Vitro.

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Moringa Oleifera Kills 97% of Pancreatic Cancer Cells in Vitro

Moringa Oleifera Kills 97% of Pancreatic Cancer Cells in Vitro.

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Targeting a key driver of cancer

Targeting a key driver of cancer.

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The Discovery and Properties of Avemar – Fermented Wheat Germ Extract: Carcinogenesis Suppressor

The Discovery and Properties of Avemar – Fermented Wheat Germ Extract: Carcinogenesis Suppressor.

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Epilogue: Volume 4 – Post-Translational and Transformative Cardiology

Epilogue: Volume 4 – Post-Translational and Transformative Cardiology.

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