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What does having predictive value for human patients mean in medical practice?

The following excerpt is taken from the peer reviewed paper Are Animal Models Predictive for Humans? Niall Shanks, Ray Greek and Jean Greek, 2009; available here . Excerpt from page 5: By definition, when we speak of animals predicting human response in drug … Continue reading

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Greek MD and Rice MD’s article cited in article in the jounrnal Annals of Intensive Care

The article Animal Models and Conserved processes was cited in http://www.annalsofintensivecare.com/content/4/1/26 These, and other similar findings, suggest that a systems biology approach to the nonlinear complex chaotic dynamics of mammalian organisms in which responses are extremely sensitive to initial conditions … Continue reading

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ERROR printed in a letter to the Daily Telegraph on the X-CAPE website, 2003

There is a error on the X-CAPE website which represented the Cambridge Inquiry, at which Europeans For Medical Advancement (EFMA’s) president Ray Greek MD defeated a proposed primate lab at Cambridge University in 2003, with a precedent ruling on ‘national … Continue reading

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