We're back, after an extend leave BCR.org is back in operation. Using Biomedical Computation to review everything from treatment efficacy, genetic markers through to the makeup of plant compounds to find natural treatments through supplements.Read More
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We delve into the latest research into plant compounds. Could they be the key to the testosterone crisis sweeping the US?Testosterone Boosting Plants
We learn more about the brain every day, could smart drugs unlock the more of it's potential? Could natural compounds help fight aging?Read More
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