Category Archives: Academic Freedom

Money-Controlled Science and the Demise of Academic Freedom

Chapter 10 from our new book, “Downsizing the Cancer Industry” Book Update. John Kelly, MD (author of Stop Feeding Your Cancer), and I have hit a legal snag with regards to publishing our new book but wanted to go ahead and … Continue reading

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Rx for Global Food Information System. Complete Re-design

Like worn out cars—some SYSTEMS are beyond repair. The system that I am talking about is the one that distributes information about what we should be eating. We need to know the absolute truth about this most vital topic—for our … Continue reading

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Re-inventing Nutritional Science. First step is “Un-Learning.”

Even the best and brightest still think there’s a “need” for animal protein. This blog was inspired by a New York Times article entitled, “Breeding the nutrition out of our food.” (Jo Robinson, 5-25-13, see link below). Her article got … Continue reading

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Hundreds of medical doctors learning plant-based nutrition

Since the T. Colin Campbell Foundation teamed up with eCornell in 2009, there have now been over 2,000 people who have earned their certificates in plant-based nutrition. And that group includes some 500 medical doctors, who receive continuing medical education … Continue reading

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“Rocking the boat”—Powerful new words from Dr. Campbell

Thank God for the courage of T. Colin Campbell. “You can wonder and ask and research anything you like, until you cross the line defined by prejudice and reinforced by the moneyed interests that fund almost all science.” —T. Colin … Continue reading

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Academic “Unfreedom” at Cornell—T. Colin Campbell

The headline in the Cornell Progressive on March 8, 2012 We may no longer have academic freedom at Cornell or ANY of our schools of nutrition, but the first amendment is alive and well. And it was recently exercised by … Continue reading

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Dr. Campbell’s Plant-Based Nutrition Course at Cornell

A reader asks if the course is worth the money. Short answer, a resounding YES. Since earning my “certificate” in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and Cornell University in November of 2009, I have … Continue reading

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