Whilst it is relatively easy to have a article published in a layman's publication, it is an entirely different achievement to have one's work published in a peer-reviewed science publication, where one's material is subject to intense scrutiny by specialist scientists, in particular when the publication is independent of advertising revenue and hence has no vested interest in admitting material which might otherwise conflict with an advertiser's vested interest, a prime example of the latter being the journal AIDS (www.AIDSonline.com). The publication, Clinical Biochemistry, on the other hand is certainly an independent journal of the highest integrity and I feel honoured to have had some on my life's work published therein.

Whilst most of the articles and reports hosted on this website have been researched and written up by myself, they have not in the true original sense been "published", though some have been presented to and even archived in statutory registers, including those of the Office of the Public Protector, the Human Rights Commission, Department Of National Health and the Parliament of South Africa. Virtually all of these are archived somewhere on this Gaia Research website and its affiliated PHARMAPACT websites.

Layman's articles have not been included here at this time, but my first article was published in February/March 1984 edition of Odyssey magazine, titled "Vitamin B12: A Look at the Facts". Another massive project was published in a abbreviated form without the extensive references in the November 1990 edition of South Africa's first eco-magazine, the Green Pages, titled "Pesticide Exposé: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You"


Published Paper

Popat A, Shear NH, Malkiewicz I, Stewart MJ, Steenkamp V, Thomson S, Neuman MG. The toxicity of Callilepsis laureola, a South African traditional herbal medicine. Clin Biochem 2001 May;34(3):229-236. 

Published Paper
Popat A, Shear NH, Malkiewicz I, Thomson S, Neuman MG. Mechanism of Impila (Callilepis laureola)-induced cytotoxicity in Help G2 cells. Clin Biochem 2002 Feb;35(1):57-64.
Published Abstract
Neuman MG, Popat A, Shear NH, Malkiewicz I, Thomson S. Mechanism of Impila-induced apoptosis and its prevention. J of Hepatology, 2002 Apr;36(supplement 1):212, abs.755.
Poster Presentation

Biennial Meeting of the International Association for the Study of the Liver (IASL).

Neuman MG, Mechanism of Impila-induced apoptosis and its prevention. Barcelona, 2002, Monday, April 15 and Tuesday April 16.

Invited Presentation
First Annual Global Health Research Conference - Achieving Leadership in Global Health Research. Neuman MG, Investigations in the Hepatoxicity of Callilepsis laureola (Impila), A South African Traditional Medicine. University of Toronto, 2002, May3.
I wish to thank my colleagues for their trust in me.

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