Author Archives: Paul Jaminet

Merry Christmas!

A joyful and blessed Christmas to all our readers!

Happy Thanksgiving

We have much to be grateful for: above all for the people in our lives; including the many PHD readers who have brought us joy. Thank you!

Via David Warren, I came across this touching video (sadly, banned in France) in which Down’s syndrome kids speak of the joy of life:

Be sure to watch to the end. Let us smile with them, remember our blessings, and never be disheartened!

Examine.com Sale & New AOBiome Moisturizer

We continue to be busy building our cancer therapy company Angiex. This week we got some good news – we won the Boeing-CASIS prize at MassChallenge, obtaining funding to put an experiment on the International Space Station where we’ll study how our cancer drug behaves in this unusual environment.

Meanwhile there’s some interesting goings-on at our Perfect Health Diet partners, Examine.com and AOBiome.

If you’ve been missing our nutrition posts, Examine.com is always a good place to look for up-to-date, high-quality commentary on new nutritional studies.

Even better, right now they are having a sale. The 2-Year Anniversary Sale ends at noon on Saturday Nov 5 (sorry for the short notice). The benefits:

  • PHD readers get up to 40% off during the sale.
  • ERD Monthly is $19.99 instead of $29.99 // Yearly is $199.90 instead of $299.90 // Lifetime is $599 instead of $999

Meanwhile, AOBiome has launched the first microbiome-friendly moisturizer.

mother-dirt-moisturizer

I use Mother Dirt products myself and highly recommend them.

Our best wishes to all our readers as we head into the holiday season!

Angiex on Television

If you’ve been wondering why there have been few blog posts over the last 18 months, it’s because Shou-Ching and I have been launching a biotech company, Angiex. Last week I got to speak about Angiex on the evening business program of New England Cable News, which is featuring participants in MassChallenge, “the most startup-friendly accelerator on the planet”: