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Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD

August 14, 2012

Find peer-reviewed papers and other articles from Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD. Broxmeyer addresses some of the most complex medical conditions of our time including AIDS, autism, infuenza, cancer,Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s Disease, mad cow disease, phage therapy, Jakob-Cruezfeldt, and tuberculosis.

Pennsylvania internist Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D. has been in various peer-reviewed publications and served as the lead investigator in an important 2002 Journal of Infectious Diseases study dealing with killing mycobacteria in the blood of patients with AIDS.  Broxmeyer’s articles cover a wide spectrum of today’s most complex medical conditions, among them AIDS, cancer, bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease), Parkinson’s disease, tuberculosis (TB), Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. His research is both plausible and well-documented.

Dr. Broxmeyer conducted in depth investigations into the underlying cause of AIDS as well as into whether cancer isn’t actually an incurable infectious disease. He has also established a common thread in the etiology or cause between Alzheimer’s, Creutzfeldt-Jakob,  and mad cow disease. Their etiologies cause-wise are striking. In 2008. Broxmeyer was invited by Landes Bioscience to publish a chapter dealing with novel approaches to control intracellular pathogens in their textbook Patho-Biotechnology.

Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer currently holds the position of Medical Investigator in Whitestone, New York, at the N.Y. Institute of Research. His team conducts research regarding Parkinson’s disease, AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, and the application of phagotherapy, which deals with using bacterial viruses to kill host bacteria. Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D. brings to his work both  extensive experience in scientific research techniques, as well as his many years as a practicing internist.

Before becoming the founder and Medical Investigator of The N.Y. Institute of Research , Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD served on the staff of several prominent New York affiliate hospitals. As America’s AIDS epidemic progressed, Broxmeyer worked with a teams in San Francisco and at the University of Nebraska Medical Center to research and develop a novel treatment, including an innovative technique for eliminating  immunosuppressive AIDS mycobacteria.

Books written by Lawrence Broxmeyer MD:

Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D.
Parkinson’s: Another Look
New Century Press, 2002 pp. 82
ISBN: 1890035262, 9781890035266

Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
AIDS: What the Discoverers of HIV Never Admitted
3rd Edition New Century Press, 2003 pp. 81
ISBN: 1890035297, 9781890035297

Textbooks and Periodicals in which Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D. appeared in:

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD; Phage Therapy: A Trojan Horse Approach to the Control of Intracellular Pathogens; In Patho-Biotechnology Eds Roy Sleator and Colin Hill Landes Bioscience July 2008 pp. 238. 41-49

Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D. The Untold Truth about Cancer- Pts 1 and 2 Nexus Vol 17 No 1-No2  Dec 2009-Jan 2010 pp35-40; February-March 2010 pp.37-42.

Medline Publications of Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer as listed in
The U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health:

Killing of Mycobacterium avium and Mycobacterium tuberculosis by a mycobacteriophage delivered by a nonvirulent mycobacterium: a model for phage therapy of intracellular bacterial pathogens.
Lawrence Broxmeyer MD, Sosnowska D, Miltner E, Chacón O, Wagner D, McGarvey J, Barletta RG, Bermudez LE.
Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2002 Oct 15;186(8):1155-60. Epub 2002 Sep 30.PMID: 12355367 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]

Is cancer just an incurable infectious disease?
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D.
Med Hypotheses. 2004;63(6):986-96.PMID: 15504566 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]

Is mad cow disease caused by a bacteria?
Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
Med Hypotheses. 2004;63(4):731-9.PMID: 15325025 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]

Bacteriophages: antibacterials with a future?
Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D.
Med Hypotheses. 2004;62(6):889-93.PMID: 15142642 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]

Heart disease: the greatest ‘risk’ factor of them all.
Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
Med Hypotheses. 2004;62(5):773-9.PMID: 15082105 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]

SARS: just another viral acronym?
Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D.
Med Hypotheses. 2003 Aug;61(2):314-7.PMID: 12888325 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]

Is AIDS really caused by a virus?
Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
Med Hypotheses. 2003 May;60(5):671-88. No abstract available. PMID: 12710902 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]

Parkinson’s: another look.
Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D.
Med Hypotheses. 2002 Oct;59(4):373-7.PMID: 12208174 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE][Link-out to article on]

AIDS: “it’s the bacteria, stupid!”.
Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD, Dr. Alan Cantwell, MD
Med Hypotheses. 2008 Nov;71(5):741-8. Epub 2008 Aug 8. [Link-out to article on]

Bird flu, influenza and 1918: the case for mutant Avian tuberculosis.
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D.
Med Hypotheses. 2006;67(5):1006-15. Epub 2006 Jun 27. [Link-out to article on]

Diabetes mellitus, tuberculosis and the mycobacteria: two millenia of enigma.
Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
Med Hypotheses. 2005;65(3):433-9 [Link-out to article on]

Thinking the unthinkable: Alzheimer’s, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and Mad Cow disease: the age-related reemergence of virulent, foodborne, bovine tuberculosis or losing your mind for the sake of a shake or burger.
Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D.
Med Hypotheses. 2005;64(4):699-705.PMID: 15694685 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE] [Link-out to article on]   

Hello world!

August 14, 2012

These are the manuscripts, thoughts and laboratory results of physician/researcher Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D.. As a medical investigator and author, his mission is and has always been to push out the boundaries of what is known towards those of what is conceivable. What he writes, along a historical time-frame is both compelling and well-documented addressing some of the most challenging problems in medicine today, among them AIDS, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, autism, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, HIV, influenza, the Pandemic of 1918, TSE, the Transmissible Spongioform Encephalopathies, tuberculosis, Jakob-Cruezfeldt disease, mad-cow disease, phage therapy and recent mycobacterial research.  If you are expecting to read the parroting of present medical orthodoxy, you might be disappointed. If on the other hand, you are not entirely satisfied with certain areas of present day dogma and the results they bring, you might find Broxmeyer’s ideas absorbing. Anyway, let us begin………….