Journal of subClinical Investigations©

Clinical Environmental Epidemiology in the News

Scientists Investigating for Commonly Unrecognized Toxic Exposures in the Home and Workplace
20-23 March 2015 Sparta, Sussex County, New Jersey, USA. Clinical environmental investigations conducted in Sparta Township,  Sussex County, New Jersey USA identified toxic agents and barrier injuring particulates as being present in cases involving neurotoxic and allergic respiratory disorders.

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The scheduled environmental exposure investigations and studies were performed with selected patients  during the 20-22 March 2015 visit with  the subClinical Research Group (New Jersey, USA),scientists including Professor Aristides Tsatsakis president of the European Union of Toxicologists and Professor Joseph Dumanov in conjunction with Dr. Daya Nadarajah, MD and the Pulmonary Medical Associates of Newton in Sussex County, New Jersey  performed clinical environmental exposure and risk assessments for patients identifying toxicological and particulate factors that were the  causes, contributing or aggravating factors to their disorders.

Recognizing the global origins of many common toxic substances, allergens, pathogens and increasing awareness of their effects to human exposure the Institute for subClinical Environmental Research was founded by Professor Dumanov shortly after a (2004) meeting in Freiberg, Germany with Dr. Antonio Costantini, MD (UN WHO) who convinced him of the need for medically based investigations of human habitations went on in conjunction and collaboration with North American and European academia and medical scientists including Dr. Michael Rudenko, MD (allergy and immunology) London Allergy Immunology Center, London UK, Dr. Kerry Lane, MD (mycotoxicology - Autism Research Inst.) West Palm Beach. Florida and with many other associates research medical specialists  in these fields directed the development of the highly integrated subClincal Environmental Protocols  with ongoing research studies identifying relevant exposures  for such investigations throughout Europe and North America.

EUROTOX Professor Tsatsakis in this collaboration identified patient toxic exposures rarely recognized, acknowledged or identified  integrated into the sC protocols I-IV  set as being unknowingly introduced by way of imports as recent example being nationally report in that of formaldehyde in floor boards. The clinical diagnostic methods integrate nearly all environmental exposure risks including the non-ionizing LV -MW EMF RF to the ionizing and the biological and chemical employing specific applied clinical diagnostic differentials for selected cases.

It  was not all work, as internationally recognized as a forensic food and chemical medical toxicologist Professor Tsatsakis sampled and experienced many meals and beverages in and about the county. Touring and visiting restaurants in the area including the Jefferson Diner, Sparta Diner, Cafe Bologna, St Moritz, the Homestead, Atlantic Manor,  Krogh's and others. Tsasakis commented on the high standard of food quality in these eating establishments.

Professor Tsatsakis upon his departure to present current European research studies at the San Diego Conference of the Society of Toxicologists,   a meeting with more than 6,000 toxicologists from more than 50 countries in attendance said that he is looking forward to visiting these restaurants and diners again in the future stating "You are eating very tasty, good and well prepared food in New Jersey".

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