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About Us

Following a series of discoveries in epigenetics that started in 2005, MCFIP was able to develop a model based on physical sciences that identified interactions and imbalances of cellular activities that can result in chronic diseases.

In terms of significance, these findings represent a “core score” application.

In his book, The One Thing You Need to Know (Free Press, 2005), Marcus Buckingham coined the term core score to refer to the one concept or activity that can create an optimal solution when a large number of factors are involved. As one example of proof of concept, he used Rudy Giuliani’s 1992 decision to focus on crime in NYC when so many issues were impacting the city. In terms of a core score, the fact that elements and minerals are for cellular signaling becomes groundbreaking in bioscience applications because has evolved to assume amino acids alone regulate cellular dynamics.

Our findings have allowed us to identify what went wrong in the past 90 years that has skewed the ability to use current methods to establish how chronic diseases develop.

The following link provides a linear flow of the shortcomings that evolved. 

Our epigenetic modeling process is based on physical science and homeostasis. Adding these variables creates a "new language" that must be communicated. This new language enables us to share verifiable findings to address many chronic diseases that are of interest to companies seeking to create tests, drugs or services to prevent or treat chronic diseases.

The following is provided as a foundation from which verbal discussions can hasten the development epigenetics that uses the principles of physical science as its foundation:

In the Discoveries and Examples tab, the following link is provided for use as part of discussions that highlight how epigenetics can address chronic diseases. 

Interested parties can contact us to discuss these findings or other chronic diseases of interest by contacting us at [email protected]