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In January 2020, our third product B is for Brain was produced in a liposomal formulation for maximal absorption and incorporated into our treatment of all cases of traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries. B is for Brain was added to Clear Mind & Energy and Brain Care II, in a pre-breakfast dosing resulting in superior outcome measurement for our active patients. In October 2020, I was invited to present to the CO and base Surgeon at Camp Pendleton on our TBI program in the military. Thereafter, a group of active duty United States Marines entered into a Millennium pilot program to see how they would respond to the Tri-Pak (Brain Rescue 3) protocol within 90 days. Due to the supportive outcome of this Pilot Study, in 2021 a larger study was performed with the addition of veteran Marine participants.
Since 2018 we have been compiling the results of the Millennium's monthly program questionnaire (MPQs) which is composed of 25 questions for subjective assessment. The patient assesses their areas of psychological, physiologic and physical changes on a 1 to 10 scale every 30 days while on protocol. At the end of 12 months these results are collated and simple averaging is presented and then reported for internal use. We have 21 years of comprehensive data that needs an expert to analyze. If you know of anyone interested in just looking at one year of results please send them to Dr. Mark L. Gordon.
Addressing Mental Health by fixing the cause.
Supportive article under The Sciences (A1)
Supportive articles under The Sciences
The Long Covid Syndrome: Recovering from Covid-19 has left many with unexplainable neurological symptoms inclusive of cognitive and psychological decline, migraines, fatigue, libido issues and altered female menstrual cycle. In May 2020, Dr. Gordon wrote about these expected symptoms based upon elevation in Cytokine production induced by the viruses.
After reading the current literature on the Covid-19 virus and the science that has been under development since the SARS outbreak of 2003, here are a few articles that tell us what may be our best strategy for defense. Although there are no double-blind studies at this moment, the anecdotal accounts are worth a consideration when you pair them with the known empirical science. Our patient population, at the Millennium, have been on much of what is presented here and we are doing a survey of their history of infections having seen many patients comment that they just don't get sick like they did before even if exposed at work or home. Coincidental or ? Make sure you read all the references and see the video under MEDIA.
Sometimes it is difficult to separate the chaff from the wheat. But I pride myself on getting to the core of the information and hope that those we rely upon have done their due diligence too.
Here are a number of peer-reviewed articles in medicine that helped to shape our program.
*Role of Glia in the Regulation of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Neuronal Activity and Secretion (A (pdf)Download
*Ibuprofen alters human testicular physiology to produce a state of compensated hypogonadism (pdf)Download
A Paradigm Shift in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Symptomatic Traumatic Brain Injury. (pdf)Download
The role of serum testosterone and TBI in the in-patient rehabilitation setting. (pdf)Download
Rethinking Traumatic and Non-Traumatic Brain Injuries. (pdf)Download
Modulating Neuroinflammation to Treat Neuropsychiatric disorders. (pdf)Download
Microglia in the TBI brain The good, the bad, and the dysregulated. (pdf)Download
Association between TBI and Late Life Neurodegenerative Conditions and Neuropathological Findings (pdf)Download
Monitoring the Neuroinflammatory response following acute brain injury. (pdf)Download
Neurosteroids for Traumatic Brain Injury. (pdf)Download
The role of the nitric oxide pathway in brain injury and its treatment — from bench to bedside (pdf)Download
Fractalkine receptor deficiency impairs microglial and neuronal responsiveness to chronic stress. (pdf)Download
Primary Hypothyroidism with Markedly High Prolactin (pdf)Download
Effect of Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy on Cognition after TBI (pdf)Download
Clomiphene treatment may be effective in refractory episodic and chronic cluster headaches (pdf)Download
Complete reversal of adult-onset isolated hypogonadotropic hypogonadism with Clomiphene citrate. (pdf)Download
Clomiphene increases Free Testosterone levels in men with both secondary hypogonadism and ED. (pdf)Download
Clomiphene citrate is safe and effective for long-term management of Hypogonadism. (pdf)Download
I was recently on the Montel Williams program Free Thinking with the brilliant producer of Quiet Explosions, Jerri Sher. At one point Montel asked me "What is a TBI". I realized that my immediate response was insufficient, unclear, and did not encapsulate the significance of a what a TBI is, how to get one, and the consequences of receiving one. So, I sat down and wrote out this one pager. Hope it helps you.
Dr. Mark L. Gordon, MD providing translational medicine.
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