Dr Julian Kenyon’s interests focus on difficult to treat chronic conditions. His desire is to find ways of helping people with difficult to treat conditions, who are experiencing difficulty in some of the standard approaches. He uses treatments which can work alongside more conventional treatments. These are usually new and innovative and lack the evidence base which conventional treatment approaches enjoy.
Since establishing the Dove Clinic, Dr Kenyon has work with patients with chronic and life threatening illnesses. His intention is to follow his innovative approaches with follow-up work, which can be published for the benefit of other medical professionals. He works with academic colleagues to ensure the rigour of this work and publications are peer reviewed. A list of his most recent academic publications are listed below:
Potential clinical usefulness of gut microbiome testing in a variety of clinical conditions – click here for link
Report of Objective Clinical Responses of Cancer Patients to Pharmaceutical-grade Synthetic Cannabidiol – click here for link
Antitumour efficacy of chymotrypsinogen and trypsinogen click here for link
In vitro treatment of carcinoma cell lines with pancreatic (pro)enzymes suppresses the EMT programme and promotes cell differentiation – click here for link
A formulation of pancreatic pro-enzymes provides potent anti-tumour efficacy: a pilot study focused on pancreatic and ovarian cancer – click here for link
Activated Cancer Therapy Using Light and Ultrasound – A Case Series of Sonodynamic Photodynamic Therapy in 115 Patients Over a 4 Year Period. – click here for link
Outcome Measures Following Sonodynamic Photodynamic Therapy – A Case Series – click here for link
Influence of Yeast- Derived 1,3/1,6 Glucopolysaccharide on Circulating Cytokines and Chemokines with Respect to Upper Respiratory Tract Infections – click here for link
Prevention of venous thrombosis in long-haul flights with Flite Tabs: the LONFLIT-FLITE randomized, controlled trial. click here for link
To see more about Dr Kenyon’s approach to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome please follow this link to an external website.