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july 2022 NEWSLETTER 

  • Sulforaphane from broccoli seeds and sprouts vs. Parkinson's Disease from my new friend Albert Wright.

  • A shout-out to the company I co-founded 25 years ago.

  • New blog-posts.

  • New podcasts.

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I’d like to provide those of you who are kind enough to subscribe with a few updates on life, love, and the pursuit of enhanced healthspan with phytochemicals (a.k.a. phytonutrients, or bioactive plant products).

I am also prompted to update you by a really excellent bit of reporting that was just published in the spring issue of the award-winning Johns Hopkins Magazine.  This article does a great job of describing our journey(s) in the 1990s through the present day.

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Welcome to 2022.  May it be a better year for all!  I hope that all of you have been able to find many things to feel good about. My life has been extraordinarily busy, but good.  Productive without a tremendous amount of busywork (busywork, after all is what I retired to avoid).  

I would like to share a few things with you – an upcoming event, a technical niblet, and something hopefully of general interest.  

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Happy Spring!


Plants with their abundant phytonutrients (I had to say that) are finally starting to emerge from the ground, and almost all of the ice on our local quarry ponds in mid-coast Maine has disappeared.  Skunk cabbage is poking out and I heard the first spring peeper symphony from our local bog last week. 


All this, and the coming of the 52nd Earth Day remind me that I want to get a newsletter out to you this month.

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This has already been a very busy year. Find links to new postings on the website for those of you who are not scientists, as well as for those of you who are. A number of additional podcasts/videocasts/seminars, are already recorded or are scheduled to be, and should be posted in the next few months.

Dr. Fahey calls attention to another development in nutritional science by way of an editorial published in the high profile scientific journal JAMA.

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Welcome to Dr. Fahey's updated website!


An announcement about The Drs. Paul & Pamela Talalay Professorship was recently released by the Pharmacology Department at Johns Hopkins University.


Our friends at Found My Fitness put out a newsletter that showcases work recently published by Dr. Fahey with long-time colleagues, as well as four interview segments between Dr. Rhonda Patrick and Dr. Fahey.

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