Link to Blog Mention of this Paper (George Henderson, 11 June 2013)
This paper seems well-designed, the analysis is insightful and the data is presented clearly; the results are so interesting I blogged about it here:
http://hopefulgeranium.blogspot.co.nz/2013/04/can-spirulina-produce-sustained.html read full comment
Comment on: Yakoot et al. BMC Gastroenterology, 12:32
Is there a linear relationship between increasing WC and incidence of Colonic Adenomas? (Raheem Dhanani, 23 March 2009)
A nicely written paper. It could have been more interesting if the association of having Colonic Adenomas could have been compared with increasing width of Wasit Cirumference (WC). Larsson and Wolk (1) demonstrated an increased risk of Colonic Ca with increasing WC (per 10 cm increase)in both sexes.
Despite the limitations mentioned in the current study, it may have given another dimension to the results.
1. Am J Clin Nutr, 2007 Sep;86(3):556-65 read full comment
Comment on: Kim et al. BMC Gastroenterology, 9:4
Confusion in the interpretation of CD4 among AIDS or HIV +ve patients (Hassan Dib, 23 January 2009)
It came to my attention while I am reviewing some papers on CD4 among HIV patients with Cryptosporidium, I have found your article and after reviewing it I have had found something a bit confusing. First, in your method you have mentioned that you have measured the levels of CD4 among HIV positive patients, and later then in your tables you have indicated that those reflect AIDS patients. Wouldn't CD4 levels will be totally different between HIV positive and AIDS patients who attracted Cryptosporidium. Plus, wouldn't AIDS patients have a higher tendency than HIV positive patietns to attract opportunisitc infections which will reflect proportionally on the CD4 levels between the two. read full comment
Comment on: Tuli et al. BMC Gastroenterology, 8:36
Oncological terrain plays a paramount role in the war against cancer-. (Sergio Stagnaro, 30 October 2004)
Sirs,I agry with paper's authors, but from the clinical view-point ( Hereditary risk factors for the development of gastric cancer in younger patients. Mohammad Yaghoobi , Nasser Rakhshani , Farhad Sadr , Raheleh Bijarchi , Yassamin Joshaghani , Ashraf Mohammadkhani , Arezu Attari , Mohammad reza Akbari , Mahshid Hormazdi and Reza Malekzadeh BMC Gastroenterology 2004, 4:28 doi:10.1186/1471-230X-4-28. Really in the war against cancers, we must especially study a clinical tool that helps “all” doctors in bed side recognizing, in apparently healthy individuals, genetical errors, including hyperinsulinemia-insulinresistance, melatonine deficiency, metabolic disorders, prevalence of stress axis, a.s.o., which either bring about or aggravate environmental chromosomal... read full comment
Comment on: Yaghoobi et al. BMC Gastroenterology, 4:28