About Dr Peter Kay

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Dr Peter Kay PhD was born in the UK in 1945. In the early part of his scientific career, he specialized in blood group serology and haematology. In 1974, he moved to Australia and became involved in tissue transplantation serology and autoimmunity. He later became a member of the Dept of Pathology at the University of Western Australia, specialising in Immunopathology. In the late 1980s he was awarded his PhD, subject matter, Immunogenetics. Dr Kay founded the first Molecular Pathology laboratory in Western Australia. He has published over 80 research articles involved in molecular pathology, genetics, medical sciences and cancer biology. His clinic, called “A science based information and support service for cancer patients” (located in Preston, UK) specialises in cancer support and treatment guidance.

In recent times, because of his academic background, Dr Kay, (along with Prof. Khuda-Bukhsh), works towards advancing the science base and applicability of homeopathy. Importantly, together, they have reviewed the results of homeogenomic and homeogenetic studies with a view to providing a further way of delivering the health care benefits of high dilution technology.

Dr Kay also contributes to the education of all practitioners involved in health care. He has developed first class science based courses that enable practitioners to become more familiar with homeopathy in the context of homeogenomic and homeogenetic discoveries. 

Dr Peter Kay PhD may be contacted on Tel: 01772 691443;  peterhkay@gmail.com

Articles by Dr Peter Kay

  1. Homeovitality - the Revolutionary Healthcare System

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    The author has had a long career in medical research, having founded the first Molecular Pathology Laboratory at the University of Western Australia, after completing his PhD in Imm...

  2. Molecular Genetic Discoveries: Towards a Better Understanding of Homeopathy

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    This article explores exciting new developments in molecular biology and the study of the effects of homeopathic remedies on specific genes. Homeopathy has long been questioned bec...

  3. Genetic Predisposition to Obesity - an Ancestral Legacy

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    Dr. Kay has developed a product, Homeovitality Super Weight-Loss product, and the article spells out exactly how this product was developed and how it helps in a weight-loss program...

  4. Significance of the Sequence Specific Homeopathic DNA Therapy System in Modern Healthcare

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    In recent years many exciting scientific discoveries have been made that have enabled great advances to be made in various complementary healthcare practices. One of the greatest di...

  5. Cancer Diagnostic Tests and Treatments: Advantages and Limitations to Existing Conventional Treatments; Introduction to Alternative Approaches

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    Cancer is a word used to describe a wide range of disorders that result from the growth and spread of abnormal cells throughout many different parts of the body. Cancer was origina...

  6. The Role of the Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase (MTHFR) Gene

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    To understand the significance of any form of supplementation in a health care setting, practitioners should be aware of or investigate the biochemistry of any particular pathway t...

  7. Genetics and Obesity

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    Obesity is one of the world’s most important health issues because it leads to development of insulin resistance and increased susceptibility to many serious medical conditions, suc...

  8. How Qualitative and Quantitative Features of Component Substances may Define the Mechanistic Pathways of Homeopathic Remedies

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    Much attention has been paid to identification of a single unifying mechanism that underpins the working of homeopathy. This prospect seems unlikely because of the wide range of pro...

Book reviews by Dr Peter Kay

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