Archive for April, 2009

April/May 2009 Peer Observations Magazine

In this issue:

Is Psychiatric Practice Scientific?                                                                                  Ernest Dempsey

When Federal and State Health Care Authorities Act Above the Law                     Jacques G. Simon, esq

Making Your Own Probiotics and Enzymes                                                                   Marjorie Tietjen

Double Breaded Large Shrimp                                                                                         Auntie Val

Coupon Carole                                                                                                                    Carole Blake

Prevalence of Tick-Borne Pathogens in Ixodes scapularis ticks from Southern CT               Eva Sapi, Ph.D.

To Bee or Not to Bee                                                                                                           Dottie L. Heffron

Chronic Lyme Disease Compared to Chronic Syphilis                                             Judith Miklossy, Ph.D., M.D.

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Physician’s Webinars

Announcing The Physician’s Round Table Webinars


 The webinars are 2-hour monthly round table meetings from the comfort of your home or office.  The only equipment needed is a computer and a headset.


One speaker will present a 60-minute power point presentation, which will be followed immediately with a 1-hour round table discussion.  


The webinar session will be open to 300 physicians, researchers, labs, and nurses from around the world. Each attendee will be able to view the power point presentations and verbally exchange ideas and information during the round table discussion following each presentation.


Various topics will be covered, including research, testing methods, treatment protocols, and legal issues for an array of mental and physical diseases.


A one–year subscription to the webinars is just $240.00 – a mere $20.00 per session or $10.00 per hour. This includes: all webinars for 12 months; a password for archived webinars; email reminders; a list of attendees for referrals; and a 12-month subscription to Peer Observations Magazine.  Additionally, you will be privy to sponsors’ discounts and special offers, be entered into a monthly drawing for the monthly webinar door prize, and receive an advance invitation (25% discount) to the Peer Observations Magazine’s annual Physician’s Round Table meetings (2010 in Baltimore, MD).


The webinars are strictly Gordon-style meetings. Tecording (voice or other) of the webinars is prohibited.  


To sign up for or to sponsor the webinars, simply go to and click on “webinars”. We accept all major credit cards or checks/money orders by mail. 


Please check the Peer Observations Magazine’s website for the webinar schedule and for further details. The first webinar is scheduled to be held Friday, May 29, 2009 at 11:00AM EST.


 If you would like to be a presenter or sponsor, please contact Sue Vogan at




May 29 Joseph Britto, MD (ISABEL diagnostic tool)                           

June 26 Stephen Olmstead, MD (Biofilms)                                           

July 31 Chris Hussar, DDS, DO (medical infared imaging)

August 28 TBA

September 25 Jacques Simon, ESQ (New trends in regulatory and disciplinary enforcement proceedings)

October 30 Kelly Karpa, PhD (pharmacology/probiotics)

November 20 Eva Sapi, PhD (Borrelia and Biofilm)

December 18 TBA




January TBA

February TBA

March TBA


Comments and Quotes:

“I am 100 per cent in support of this landmark idea, whose time has surely come. In fact, I think your brilliant concept is one of the best forward steps I can recall in ages. Let us go for it with all engines moving.” — Dr. Paul Duray


“This is more economic than a conference.” – lawyer

“I like this idea. Now we won’t be distracted.” – physician


“With the Gordon-style meeting, the physicians can be more open.” – physician’s wife


“This is bringing doctors together, the cost is economical, and no one has to travel.” – patient


“This is a fabulous idea!” – physician



April 20, 2009

In Short Order brings the experts to you – because you deserve only the very best.

Monday, April 20th, 9PM EST at, our guests will be Karen Forschner of the Lyme Disease Foundation and Constance Bean, author of Beating Lyme.

Please join us in the chat room during the show: go to; click on “listen”; select chat room; sign in; click the screen once for entrance.

In the latest study from Arbitron and Edison Research: the weekly online radio audience is at an all time high with an estimated 33 million listeners

A sample of PAST ISO EXPERT GUESTS: Dr. Jed Baker, Constance Bean, MPH, Dr. Peter Breggin, Dr. Daniel Cameron, Dr. Hyla Cass, Dr. Lee Cowden, Dr. Harold Eist, Dr. Lesley Fein, Karen Forschner, esq, Dr. Stephen Fry, Dr. Kenneth Herman, Dr. Jean-Pierre Issa, Dr. Billy Johnson, Dr. Jeffrey Lockwood, Dr. Thomas Mather, Dr. Trevor Marshall, Dr. Eric Mart, Dr. Garth Nicolson, Dr. Richard Podell, James Pyles, esq, Dr. James Schaller, Dr. Kenneth Singleton, Dr. Judith Shoemaker, Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, Jacques Simon, esq, Dr. Gary Snyder, Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, and Dr. Terrie Wurzbacher, among others.


FUTURE ISO EXPERT GUESTS: Dr. Rodger Murphree, Dr. Zhi Gang Sha, Dr. Leo Shea, Dr. Susan Silberstein, Dr. Ann Blake Taylor, Dr. David Volkman and Dr. Wallace Warfield, among others.