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Unlocking Complexities of the Microbiome in the War on Viruses: Progenabiome and Colleagues Push Innovation in Combating COVID-19

Unlocking Complexities of the Microbiome in the War on Viruses: Progenabiome and Colleagues Push Innovation in Combating COVID-19

Unlocking Complexities of the Microbiome in the War on Viruses: Progenabiome and Colleagues Push Innovation in Combating COVID-19

May 4, 2020 


Progenabiome is sharing gut microbiome research findings by next generation shotgun sequencing utilizing Kraken metagenomic analysis at the Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2020 virtual meeting May 2-5. The California-based research lab was scheduled to present at DDW, the world's largest gathering of digestive disease health professionals with 14,000+ ...

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Area gastroenterologist provides advice, intel on coronavirus

Unlocking Complexities of the Microbiome in the War on Viruses: Progenabiome and Colleagues Push Innovation in Combating COVID-19

Unlocking Complexities of the Microbiome in the War on Viruses: Progenabiome and Colleagues Push Innovation in Combating COVID-19

April 1, 2020 | Malibu Surfside News

Michele Willer-Allred


It was many months ago when Dr. Sabine Hazan started becoming increasingly concerned with COVID-19, a then-relatively unknown virus to the general public.

Hazan, a gastroenterologist with more than 25 years experience and patients in both Malibu and Ventura, started taking early safety protocols in her office. Since then...

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Could Our Microbiome Treat Mental Disease and Other Illnesses?

Unlocking Complexities of the Microbiome in the War on Viruses: Progenabiome and Colleagues Push Innovation in Combating COVID-19

Could Our Microbiome Treat Mental Disease and Other Illnesses?

April 16, 2020 | Psychology Today

Chris Gilbert, MD, PhD


Understanding the Power of Poop: The linkage between gut health and overall health has been recognized since the days of Hippocrates. Learn how healthy gut bacteria is being used to treat conditions today and potential future applications.


We are always looking for innovative new treatments; from ...

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Female Physicians Join Forces, Fight COVID-19 With Shared Resources, Protocols, and Clinical Trials

Trying To Save Humanity | Dr. Sabine Hazan And Progenabiome Are Working Tirelessly To Combat COVID-19

Trying To Save Humanity | Dr. Sabine Hazan And Progenabiome Are Working Tirelessly To Combat COVID-19

March 31, 2020 


As doctors worldwide work tirelessly in the fight against novel Coronavirus, Progenabiome's Dr. Sabine Hazan describes how empowering and encouraging it is to join forces with other providers around the globe. Facing an unprecedented virus, Hazan explains that physicians share research, resources and best practices through various channels including...

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Trying To Save Humanity | Dr. Sabine Hazan And Progenabiome Are Working Tirelessly To Combat COVID-19

Trying To Save Humanity | Dr. Sabine Hazan And Progenabiome Are Working Tirelessly To Combat COVID-19

Trying To Save Humanity | Dr. Sabine Hazan And Progenabiome Are Working Tirelessly To Combat COVID-19

March 25, 2020 | VC Reporter

Kimberly Rivers


On Monday, three proposals for clinical trials related to combatting novel coronavirus and COVID-19 were sent to the Institutional Review Board for approval by a Ventura-based genetic sequencing research lab and a clinical trial company.  “When this virus came on in China, what I paid attention to mostly is that a lot of doctors were dying and that it was spread from asymptomatic carriers...

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Local Physician Sabine Hazan Advises on the Coronavirus COVID-19

Trying To Save Humanity | Dr. Sabine Hazan And Progenabiome Are Working Tirelessly To Combat COVID-19

Local Physician Sabine Hazan Advises on the Coronavirus COVID-19


March 19, 2020 | Malibu Times 

Sabine Hazan, MD


"In a war against bugs the medical doctors are the soldiers". Dr. Sabine Hazan

Novel coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, has now been declared a global pandemic.  Originating in bats in the city of Wuhan, China, the virus attacks the lungs, causing fevers, coughing, and shortness of breath.  However, as the virus has also been found to lodge in the...

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COVID-19 and Your Microbiome

Trust Your Gut: Prevention, Not Panic Key in Curbing Coronavirus

Local Physician Sabine Hazan Advises on the Coronavirus COVID-19


March 19, 2020 | Physician Outlook 

Sabine Hazan, MD


"In a war against bugs the medical doctors are the soldiers". Dr. Sabine Hazan

Novel coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, has now been declared a global pandemic.  Originating in bats in the city of Wuhan, China, the virus attacks the lungs, causing fevers, coughing, and shortness of breath.  However, as the virus has also been found to lodge in the small intestine, other symptoms including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea...

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Is the Coronavirus in China Identical to the One in the U.S.?

Trust Your Gut: Prevention, Not Panic Key in Curbing Coronavirus

Trust Your Gut: Prevention, Not Panic Key in Curbing Coronavirus


March 16, 2020 | Psychology Today

Chris Gilbert, MD, PhD 


What is new about the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic?

First, did you know that a coronavirus was the cause of the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic in 2003? SARS caused great suffering and killed close to 800 people. A coronavirus also caused the MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic in 2012. MERS killed close to 900 people in that region...

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Trust Your Gut: Prevention, Not Panic Key in Curbing Coronavirus

Trust Your Gut: Prevention, Not Panic Key in Curbing Coronavirus

Trust Your Gut: Prevention, Not Panic Key in Curbing Coronavirus


March 10, 2020 

Morningstar


Dr. Sabine Hazan, Malibu-based gastroenterologist and CEO of Progenabiome, a genetic sequencing research lab, is an expert in the relationship of the gut flora (microbiome) to immunity and disease. As a microbiome research pioneer and leader in clinical trials, Hazan knows firsthand the challenges in developing treatments and vaccines for viruses...

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Because the World Needs Superheroes, These Doctors Work to Advance Medical Research and Save Lives

Because the World Needs Superheroes, These Doctors Work to Advance Medical Research and Save Lives

Because the World Needs Superheroes, These Doctors Work to Advance Medical Research and Save Lives

Feb 5, 2020


Fifteen leading physicians and academicians from around the world will take the stage at the Malibu Microbiome Meeting, a CME event, on March 28-29, 2020 to share data, raise awareness, and advocate for life-saving advancements in microbial-based medicine. This two-day conference was organized by physicians for physicians to share knowledge with no third-party interests other than...

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Could Our Microbiome Treat Mental Disease and Other Illnesses?

Because the World Needs Superheroes, These Doctors Work to Advance Medical Research and Save Lives

Because the World Needs Superheroes, These Doctors Work to Advance Medical Research and Save Lives


December 20, 2019 | Psychology Today

Chris Gilbert, MD, PhD 


We are always looking for innovative new treatments, from immunotherapy to gene therapy to novel antibiotics. But what if we had innovative new treatments inside our own body, namely our gut bacteria? What if some people’s gut bacteria could be used for treating other people’s diseases? It has happened in the past. Past and present use of people’s microbiome...

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Can Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) Aid in Cancer Treatment?

Because the World Needs Superheroes, These Doctors Work to Advance Medical Research and Save Lives

Doctors Come Together at FDA During C.diff Awareness Month, Advocate for Treatments


November 21, 2019 

BioSpace


Progenabiome's Jordan Daniels is slated to present a Case Study of metastatic mesothelioma treated with Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) as adjunctive therapy to Pembrolizumab. For years, Progenabiome's CEO Dr. Sabine Hazan-Steinberg, has used FMT to treat patients with Clostridioides Difficile (C.diff) using a process to restore their microbiome. While FMT is a...

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Doctors Come Together at FDA During C.diff Awareness Month, Advocate for Treatments

GUT INSTINCT | Ventura doctor seeks FDA approval of controversial medical technique to save live

Doctors Come Together at FDA During C.diff Awareness Month, Advocate for Treatments

November 13, 2019

Yahoo! Finance


Several doctors spoke before the FDA in Washington D.C. on November 4, advocating for C.diff treatment improvements. Among those in attendance were gastroenterologists Paul Feuerstadt (Yale), Colleen Kelly (Brown), Sahil Khanna (Mayo Clinic), Jessica Allegretti (Harvard), Zain Kassam (Finch), and Sabine Hazan (Progenabiome). They continue to...

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C.DIFF BREAKTHROUGH: Genetic Lab to Share Gut Microbiome Discovery at ACG 2019

GUT INSTINCT | Ventura doctor seeks FDA approval of controversial medical technique to save live

GUT INSTINCT | Ventura doctor seeks FDA approval of controversial medical technique to save live

October 28, 2019

Yahoo! Finance


Progenabiome, a physician-owned genetic sequencing laboratory, found cutting-edge data on Clostridium difficile (C.diff), a disease burdening 500,000+ Americans yearly. They will present a validated, verified, and reproduced C.diff Assay at The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) 2019 Annual...

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GUT INSTINCT | Ventura doctor seeks FDA approval of controversial medical technique to save live

GUT INSTINCT | Ventura doctor seeks FDA approval of controversial medical technique to save live

GUT INSTINCT | Ventura doctor seeks FDA approval of controversial medical technique to save live

March 20, 2019 | VC Reporter

Kathy Jean Schultz


As a “yuk factor,” few topics can compete with poop. Also known as human waste, excrement, feces or fecal matter.

Poop being used as medicine scores even higher on the socially unacceptable scale. Yet it can be effective treatment for an infection that causes nonstop diarrhea, a sometimes fatal [...]

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