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Archived Table of Contents

Volume 1, Number 1, May 2003

  1. Cantwell AR: The Eccrine Sweat Gland as a possible Focus of Infection with Acid-Fast Cell Wall Deficient Bacteria. JOIMR 2003;1(1):1
  2. Lee RE: SARS Coronavirus Appears to be an FcgammaR Agent, Causing an Hyperimmune Response via a CD13 pathway - Implication for Therapeutic Interventions. JOIMR 2003;1(1):2
  3. Lee RE: SARS E2-spike Protein Contains a Superantigen Between Residues 690 through 1050. JOIMR 2003;1(1):3

Volume 1, Number 2, June 2003

  1. Marshall TG: Brown, et al, ACCESS Study finds Bacterial Pathogens in Sarcoidosis Patients. JOIMR 2003;1(2):2
  2. Cantwell AR Jr: Cell Wall Deficient Bacteria in the Blood of Sarcoidosis Patients. JOIMR 2003;1(2):4
  3. Mangin MM: Antibiotics Do Help Chronic Sarcoidosis Patients. JOIMR 2003;1(2):1
  4. Marshall TG, Marshall FE: The Science Points to Angiotensin II and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D. JOIMR 2003;1(2):3

Volume 1, Number 3, July 2003

  1. Marshall TG, Marshall FE: Significance of Interferon-gamma in the Th1 Immune Reaction. JOIMR 2003;1(3):1
  2. Marshall TG, Marshall FE: Antibiotics in Sarcoidosis - Reflections on the First Year. JOIMR 2003;1(3):2

Volume 1, Number 4, August 2003

  1. Cantwell AR: Cell-Wall-Deficient Bacteria as a Possible Cause of Basal Cell Carcinoma JOIMR 2003;1(4):1

Volume 1, Number 5, September 2003

  1. Cantwell AR: Bacteria in Sarcoidosis and a Rationale for Antibiotic Therapy in this Disease. JOIMR 2003;1(5):1

Volume 1, Number 6, November 2003

  1. Cantwell AR: The Russell Body - The Forgotten Clue to the Bacterial Cause of Cancer. JOIMR 2003;1(6):1

Volume 2, Number 1, February 2004

  1. Mangin M: Observations of Jarisch-Herxheimer Reaction in Sarcoidosis Patients. JOIMR 2004;2(1):1
Volume 2, Number 2, April 2004

  1. Marshall TG, Fenter B, Marshall FE: Putative Antibacterial Mechanisms for Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers. JOIMR 2004;2(2):1
Volume 2, Number 3, May 2004

  1. Cantwell AR Jr.: Acid-Fast Bacteria In-Vivo in Prostate Cancer and the Connection between Prostate Cancer, Other Cancers, and the Kaposiís Sarcoma Virus. JOIMR 2004;2(3):1


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