of Crohn's Disease;
The Story of Crohn's
The Ugly Story of Crohn's Disease
With the 2015 publication of THE PREVENTION of CROHN’S Disease, a world recognized leader in infectious disease first begins the story of how a rare disease entity blossomed into a global pandemicrestricted to industrialized nations.
In its 2018 update of Crohn’s disease, THE STORY of CROHN’S DISEASE (IDI private release), the case is made for Crohn’s disease being created by the industrialization of milk production for maximum profit, protected by those who profit from the sale of milk and milk products, and exploited by those who profit from the adverse consequences created.
The 2021 update of Crohn’s Disease, THE UGLY STORY of CROHN’S DISEASE relates not only to why mismanagement veterinary disease in milk-producing herds transformed itself into a global pandemic, why breastfeeding confers protection against the baby developing the disease at a future date, why fistula, bowel anastomosis, and bowel perforation occur, why current therapy will always fail and why, more likely than not, Crohn’s disease is a curable disease. The unwelcome word “UGLY” has to do with corporative well being given greater priority than above the public welfare.
These three books are the product of two decades long strategic relationship between the University of Florida, its College of Veterinary Medicine and Infectious Diseases Incorporated, an infectious disease think tank. Being written to confer knowledge to primarily other professionals, the technical jargon is cumbersome, but the knowledge is worth mining. As compensation to the readers, THE UGLY STORY of CROHN’S DISEASE is priced at $0.99 via Amazon.
He graduated from Boston University School of medicine. He was trained in internal medicine at Bellevue Hospital and in pathology at New York University School of Medicine. He did his military service at the National Institutes of Health. He was an Assistant and Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Florida College of Medicine. He became Professor and eventually Assistant Dean at Creighton University School of Medicine and finally, Affiliated Professor at University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Currently, he is the president of Infectious Disease, Incorporated, an infectious disease think tank.
He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed medical articles dealing primarily with infectious diseases as they affect women and their unborn babies; wrote the first book on Viral Diseases of the Human Fetus, wrote and edited the text book, Infectious Diseased in Obstetrics and Gynecology (currently in its sixth edition); co-founded the Infectious Disease Society for Obstetrics and Gynecology and its U.S. counterpart. He served as special interest consultant on infectious diseases for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and created Infectious Diseases Incorporated, an infectious disease think tank. He has been a consultant to the CDC. After 2001, his research has concentrated on the pathogenesis of Crohn’s disease, its prevention and therapy.