IODINE PUBLICATIONS
PUB. #1: Abraham, G.E., Flechas, J.D., Hakala, J.C., Optimum Levels of Iodine for Greatest Mental and Physical Health. The Original Internist, 9:5-20, 2002 Print Document
PUB. #2: Abraham, G.E., Flechas, J.D., Hakala, J.C., Orthoiodosupplementation: Iodine Sufficiency Of The Whole Human Body. The Original Internist, 9:30-41,2002 [Print Document]
PUB. #3: Abraham, G.E., Flechas, J.D., Hakala, J.C., Measurement Of Urinary Iodide Levels By Ion-Selective Electrode: Improved Sensitivity And Specificity By Chromatography On An Ion-Exchange Resin.The Original Internist, 11(4):19-32,2004 [Print Document]
PUB. #4: Abraham, G.E.,The Wolff-Chaikoff Effect: Crying Wolf?The Original Internist, 12(3):112-118,2005 [Print Document]
PUB. #5: Abraham, G.E., The safe and effective implementation of orthoiodosupplementation in medical practice. The Original Internist, 11:17-36, 2004 [Print Document]
PUB. #6: Abraham, G.E., The concept of orthoiodosupplementation and its clinical implications. The Original Internist, 11(2):29-38, 2004 [Print Document]
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Abraham, G.E., Serum inorganic iodide levels following ingestion of a tablet form of Lugol solution: Evidence for an enterohepatic circulation of iodine. The Original Internist, 11(3):112-118, 2005 [Print Document]
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Abraham, G.E., The historical background of the iodine project. The Original Internist, 12(2):57-66, 2005 [Print Document]
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Brownstein, D., Clinical experience with inorganic, non-radioactive iodine/iodide. The Original Internist, 12(3):105-108, 2005 [Print Document]
PUB. #10 Flechas, J.D., Orthoiodosupplementation in a primary care practice. The Original Internist,
12(2):89-96, 2005. [Print Document]
PUB. #11 Abraham, G.E., Brownstein, D.,Evidence that the administration of Vitamin C improves a defective cellular transport mechanism for iodine: A case report. The Original Internist, 12(3):125-130, 2005 [Print Document]
PUB. #12 Abraham, G.E., Brownstein, D.,
Validation of the orthoiodosupplementation program: A Rebuttal of Dr. Gaby’s Editorial on iodine. The Original Internist, 12(4): 184-194, 2005 [Print Document]
PUB. #13 Abraham, G.E., Brownstein, D., Flechas, J.D.,
The saliva/serum iodide ratio as an index of sodium/iodide symporter efficiency. The Original Internist, 12(4): 152-156, 2005. [Print Document]
PUB. #14 Abraham, G.E, MD., The History of Iodine in Medicine Part I: From Discovery to Essentiality.The Original Internist, 13: 29-36, Spring 2006 [Print Document]
PUB. #15 Abraham, G.E.,The History of Iodine in Medicine Part II: The Search for and the Discovery of Thyroid Hormones The Original Internist, 13: 67-70, June 2006 [Print Document]
PUB. #16 Abraham, G.E.,The History of Iodine in Medicine Part III: Thyroid Fixation and Medical Iodophobia. The Original Internist, 13: 71-78, June 2006 [Print Document]
PUB. #17 Abraham, G.E, MD, Roxanne C. Handal, BS & John C. Hakala, RPhA Simplified Procedure for the Measurement of Urine Iodide Levels by the Ion-Selective Eleectrode Assay in a Clinical Setting The Original Internist, Vol 13, No. 3, 125-135, September 2006, [Print Document]
PUB. #18 Abraham, G.E.,The Combined Measurement of the Four Stable Halides by the Ion-Selective Electrode Procedure Following Their Chromatographic Separation on a Strong Anion Exchanger Resin: Clinical Applications The Original Internist, 171-195, December 2006 [Print Document]
PUB. #19 Abraham, G.E, MD, and David Brownstein, MD, A Simple Procedure Combining The Evaluation of Whole Body Sufficiency for Iodine with The Efficiency of the Body To Utilize Peripherall Iodide: The Triple Test The Original Internist, Vol. 14, No. 1, 17-23, March 2007 [Print Document]
PUB. #20 Abraham, G.E, MD, The bioavailability of iodine applied to the skin The Original Internist, Vol. 15, No. 2, pg. 77-79, June 2008 [Print Document]
MANUSCRIPTS
MAN. #1 Abraham, G.E., Flechas, J.D., Origin of the word CRÉTIN


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