Case for Interferon: How a 1980s Cancer Drug Might Be the Wonder Therapy for the Twenty-First Century

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Dr. Joseph Cummins is a legendary figure in veterinary medicine, holder of sixteen US patents with sixty scientific publications, as well as making vital contributions in the field of HIV-AIDS research with leading scientists. Dr. Cummins did his undergraduate work at Ohio State University, served as a captain in the US Army, and received his doctorate in microbiology from the University of Missouri. In 1999, Dr. Cummins was named a Distinguished Alumnus from Ohio State University. In addition to his clinical work with animals, Dr. Cummins has taught at the University of Missouri, the University of Illinois, and Texas A & M University. Dr. Cummins is best known for his ground-breaking discoveries and research into the use of low-dose interferon, a simple, inexpensive therapy which he believes can successfully treat many human and animal conditions.
Kent Heckenlively, JD, is a former attorney, a founding editor of Age of Autism, and a science teacher. During college Heckenlively worked for US Senator Pete Wilson, and in law school he was a writer and an editor of the school's law review and spent his summers working for the US Attorney's Office in San Francisco. Kent and his wife Linda live in Northern California with their two children, Jacqueline and Ben.