The Institute of Molecular Medicine's Role

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Scott: Professor, you founded the Institute of Molecular Medicine. Can you talk about what you do there and what the mission of that company is?

Prof. Garth Nicolson: The Institute for Molecular Medicine is a non-profit research organization dedicated to work on chronic diseases and cancer. We have a variety of different projects that involve these areas, everything from neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer's Disease, for example. Fatiguing illnesses; we've worked on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia Syndrome. Chronic infections; for example, we've worked on Lyme's Disease and other chronic conditions, chronic mycoplasmal infections, for example.

It really is a research organization. Although we do clinical trials. Our primary emphasis is research.
Professor Garth Nicolson founded the Institute. Here he discusses what that organization's role is and some of the things it hopes to accomplish.

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