About the Foundation

Stephen L. DeFelice, MD

DeFelice Commentaries

NREA, Nutraceutical Research and Education Act

Television Debates
and Videos




Contact Us

Board of Directors

Senator Harkin on FIM



The Patient Always
Gets Screwed

Promising Ovarian Cancer Therapy Blocked

Carnitine-Ovarian Cancer Promise and a Failed Attempt at a Clinical Study

When Was The Last Cure?

Translational Science - How Doctornauts Can Help

Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) has been one of the leaders in Congress on Translational Science.

Doctornauts Barry Marshall and Lukas Wartman: Living Proof of the Urgent Need for the Doctornaut Act

View the Discussion Draft of the Doctornaut Act Prepared by Former Senator Bill Frist.


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Exceptional Parent Magazine
(877) EPARENT (372-7368)
65 East Rte. 4, River Edge, NJ 07661
The only monthly publication providing information and support for the special needs community for over three decades. EP is the most trusted source in print and on the Internet on for parents, families, and professionals caring for people with special needs.

Nutraceuticals World
Nutraceuticals World is a bimonthly trade magazine serving the dietary supplement, functional food and nuritional beverage industries. Nutraceutical Business Journal..

Nutrition Business Journal
Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ), a monthly executive journal, has provided a strategic business overview of the nutrition and natural products industry from an independent perspective. Each issue of NBJ focuses on a specific theme, giving you thorough analysis of a particular management issue or market segment along with industry news, trends, market figures and the latest stock financial information.

Organizations & Other Resources

American Botanical Council
The website of the American Botanical Council, publishers of HerbalGram.

Drug Information Association
The DIA (Drug Information Association) is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary, member-driven scientific association with a membership of over 22,000. These members are primarily from the regulatory agencies, academia, contract support organizations, pharmaceutical, biological and device industry, and from other health care organizations. The association provides a neutral, global forum for the exchange and dissemination of information on the discovery, development, evaluation and utilization of medicines and related healthcare technologies.

Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development
The Tufts Center web site contains information on the cnter's current research, publications, and meetings. The site also contains a registration form for their annual postgraduate course and a sign-up form for the Tufts CSDD Newsletter. There are links to other drug development-related sites.