(1) Special cancer-preventative green tea! Contains more EGCG than ordinary green tea; 99% free of invisible monkey hallucination side-effects!
(2) His own nested-PCR super-sensitive rRNA test for Lyme Disease, proven to detect the presence of the Borrelia burgdorferi spirochaete in every blood sample sent to him. Very popular with -- if not targetted at -- the Chronic Lyme Disease crowd when they lose patience with conventional doctors and their conventional tests that obstinately refuse to diagnose anything wrong.
(3) His own nested-PCR DNA test for the human papilloma virus, HPV. Not just any DNA target, either, but the recombinant DNA used in the manufacture of HPV vaccines such as Gardasil. Again, it is an infallible test that delivers a positive response every time. Apparently the HPV from vaccines binds itself to microparticles of aluminium hydroxyphosphate (present in the vaccine to stimulate the immune response), which is (a) how it lingers indefinitely in the body after an injection, and (b) why conventional tests can't detect it, and why you need Dr Lee's double-secret-probation technology instead. He has offered the FDA the right to license the test in lieu of whatever tests they do support, and their refusal of the offer -- on the specious grounds that he won't tell them how it works, which he can't do, because it is an unpatentable proprietory trade secret -- is hurtful indeed.
Now as any fule kno, the earliest self-replicating molecules -- back in the dawn of life -- were aluminosilicate structures of clay; the aluminosilicates catalysed the polymerisation of RNA and DNA molecules adhering to them; eventually the DNA learned the trick of self-replicating by itself, and forgot its lowly origins. This is Cairns-Smith's Clay Hypothesis and I am not making this up. Kaolin and zeolite might be our ultimate ancestors.*
So it makes perfect sense that HPV DNA fragments might be binding to aluminium... it is merely reverting. And this is a BAD THING because before you know it there will be human / clay hybrids and it will be the Day of the Golem.**
Despite his admirable entrepreneurial zeal, Dr Lee was sacked from Milford Hospital of Connecticut in December 2010. Their reasons for not renewing his contract are unclear. Was he over-invested in the adornment of his person, leaving too little time for the neglect of his duties? Or vice versa? It is a mystery.
We warned you about clay / humanAlso a mystery: Why Dr Lee was presented as "a pathologist at Milford Hospital" when he videophoned halfway around the world to promote the idea that Gardasil is responsible any time a teenager dies, to a coroner's inquest in New Zealand.
cross-breeding but NO-ONE LISTENED
cross-breeding but NO-ONE LISTENED
That inquest is now escalating into a perfect storm of quackery and bullshit, for the mother of this particular dead teenager -- not content with sending blood samples off to Dr Lee for an UNBIASSED INDEPENDENT REVIEW -- had also arranged for brain tissue to be sent to Dr Christopher Shaw of British Columbia, another anti-vaccine crusader with previous form, whose specialty is finding toxic levels of aluminium in any samples that are sent to him. Suffice to say that the mother is a true believer in the Gardasil-dunnit theory.
HMS Sheffield demonstrating the toxicity of aluminiumDutifully Dr Shaw has reported that the samples contained aluminium (bound to HPV DNA, yes indeed) for as well as a neuroscientist and a professional sniffer-out of aluminium he has also acquired the arcane skills of nested-PCA testing. For those who have a morbid interest in this sort of car-crash, scientifically-minded bloggers are on the case here, here and here.
For $5000, he will run the same tests for you!! [nowhere in his proposed testing schedule is there any mention of DNA, and it is quite possible that the journalists dreamed up that detail]
I'm pretty sure that Gardasil was also the vaccine for cervical cancer in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
------------------------------------------------* Zeolitic crystals are not to be confused with a Glagolitic Mass.
** A Sumerian creation myth tells us that Enki created the first humans as servants for the gods, by mixing clay with the divine life-essence in the form of the blood of Kingu. Yeah, sure, "blood", if you know what I mean a.I.t.y.d.
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A commenter at Respectful Insolence calls our attention to yet another of Dr Lee's commercial sidelines -- the "world-renowned scientist and researcher" has also invented a mouth ulcer ointment that contains penicillin to kill bacteria. I bet everyone is now kicking themselves and wishing they'd thought of that. The product's website asserts that Lee is still "a pathologist at Milford Hospital and the director of Milford Medical Laboratory", before citing his inclusion in a series of notorious vanity Who's Who publications.
Dr Shaw (whom God preserve) of UBC is much-run-after within anti-vaccine circles for coming up with aluminium to play the role of bogeyman, just in time to fill a gap left by the crashing and burning of the blame-thimerserol theory. A high point in his academic career is perhaps his co-authorship of an argument that the aluminium adjuvant in many vaccines is responsible for autism.
The paper goes cherry-picking, and then compares the results with apples [Insert additional fruit-related imagery here]. Its Figure 1 plots ASD diagnoses in the US against aluminium exposure in that year (rather than the years in which the freshly-diagnosed individuals were personally exposed), implying a time-reversed model of causality in which ASD incidence controls aluminium exposure of 6 to 21 years previously. One is led ineluctably to the conclusion that as well as all those other nasties like squalene and Polysorbate-80, vaccines contain thiotimoline.
Good news, it turns out that clay-human hybrids are vulnerable to avian DNA.
*** The authors compare autism rates from different countries with different criteria for diagnosing 'autism'... the original sources for the Scandiwegian data state explicitly that those studies were only counting severe cases.
UPDATE2: Bonus belated guilt. Criticisms of Dr Shaw's results are hum'rous exaggerations and his integrity is not in question, only his rightness. I relied on what a NZ journalist said about Shaw's testimony -- rather than what he might have actually said -- and this is always a mistake. In comments at Orac's blog he makes it clear that he examined tissue samples with a monoclonal antibody targeted at one variety of HPV shell protein, allowing him to find "something the 16 antibody binds to", rather than observing virus per se.