http://candacepert.com/smithsonian-6-89-s-hall-article/Short Topic Comments and Articles by or about Dr. Candace Pert
“My argument is that the three classic areas of neuroscience, endocrinology, and immunology, with their various organs – the brain (which is the key organ that the neuroscientists study), the glands, and the immune system (consisting of the spleen, the bone marrow, the lymph nodes, and of course the cells circulating throughout the body) – that these three areas are actually joined to each other in a bidirectional network of communication and that the information “carriers” are the neuropeptides.” Candace Pert
Review of Dr Pert’s book “Molecules of Emotion”, Smithsonian Magazine, Sept., 1998 by Paul Trachtman who called her the “mother of a new field of science, psychoneuroimmunology”
Your Physiology is Hardwired to Experience Bliss
Where do you Store your Emotions?
The Wisdom of the Receptors and the Origin of the Term BodyMind by Dr Pert
Neuropeptides and their Receptors: A Psychosomatic Network, J Immunology, 1985
Interview with Dr Pert on Massage
Endorphins mediate analgesia caused by acupuncture
Smithsonian Magazine, June 1989, article on Dr Pert
Lasker Award Stirs Controversy, J Marx, Science, 1979, the story of the 1978 award for the Opiate Receptor discovery
Dallas Buyers Club & Peptide T, the science behind the movie.
Attenuation of Neuropathic Pain by an Orally Active Peptide (2012)
Dispute with the CEO of Dr Pert’s Company RAPID Pharmaceuticals after she died, Boston Globe, Sept 2015