Lawrence Broxmeyer MD is a medical researcher and Pennsylvania physician specializing in Internal medicine.  His research platforms deal with complex medical conditions in the past attributed to both environmental and infectious cause. To Dr. Broxmeyer there was never a question: it is infectious cause which reigns supreme in man‘s illness.

Broxmeyer’s papers cover the topics of tuberculosis (TB), past H1N1 viral “Swine Flu” outbreaks , and  Bird Flu, both of which have impacted many countries. Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D. has also conducted research into Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s, cancer, diabetes, Creutzfeldt-Jakob, and cardiovascular disease.

Following the cue of major American pharmaceutical companies, who prior to antibiotics where heavily invested in the manufacture of bacteriophage preparations to kill bacteria, Broxmeyer found a novel method of using such bacterial viruses to kill some of the most virulent microorganisms presently attacking man (Phagotherapy). In doing so, he and his colleagues were able to show exponential killing of otherwise heavily antibiotic resistant microbes. Moreover, the study established that such killing was intracellular, inside the body’s white blood cell macrophages, the holy grail in the search for killing otherwise insidious intracellular microbes.

While working at the N.Y. Institute of Research, Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer’s work was published in several books and peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Broxmeyer received his medical degree from Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, from which he earned his M.D..

Internist Lawrence Broxmeyer then served as a Staff Member for 15 years at several New York area hospitals, including affiliates of SUNY Downstate , Cornell Medical Center, N.Y.U. and others. Dr. Broxmeyer was heavily involved in patient care at the crest of America’s coastal AIDS epidemic. Later, in a collaboration with colleagues in San Francisco and at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, he would coauthor the paper that explored a novel technique to kill AIDS mycobacteria. The aforementioned study can be found in the October 15th, 2002 edition of The Journal of Infectious Diseases. Currently he is licensed to practice medicine in Pennsylvania.

Books written by Lawrence Broxmeyer MD:

Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
Alzheimer's Disease—How Its Bacterial Cause Was Found and Then Discarded CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 3, 2016)190 pages. ISBN-10: 1491287357
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Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
AUTISM: An Ancient Foe Becomes a Modern Scourge - the return of a stealth bacteria. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (November 14, 2012). 178 pages

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
Parkinson’s: Another Look
New Century Press, 2002 pp. 82
ISBN: 1890035262, 9781890035266
Video introduction.

Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
AIDS: What the Discoverers of HIV Never Admitted
3rd Edition New Century Press, 2003 pp. 81
ISBN: 1890035297, 9781890035297

Textbooks and Periodicals in which Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D. appeared in:
Dr. Oskar Fischer's Curious Little Alzheimer's Germ
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer MD: Cancer and the Science of Denial. Journal of Tumor Medicine & Prevention. 2017; 1 (3):1-26.

Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer MD: Are the Infectious Roots of Alzheimer’s Buried Deep in the Past? J of MPE Mol Pathol Epidem 2017, Feb Vol 3 No S2:2: 1-19

Lawrence Broxmeyer MD: Lysenko AP, Broxmeyer L, Vlasenko VV, Krasochko PA, Lemish AP, Krasnikova EL. CWD Tuberculosis Found in Spongiform Disease Formerly Attributed to Prions: Its Implication towards Mad Cow Disease, Scrapie and Alzheimer’s. J of MPE Mol Pathol Epidem 2017, April Vol 3 No 3:3: 1-13.

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD. Questioning the Zika
Virus. J Mol Path Epidemol.
2017, 2:S1.

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD: Lysenko AP, Broxmeyer L, Vlasenko VV , et al. Further Evidence for Cancer as a Cell-wall-deficient Mycobacterial Disease. J Mol Path Epidemol. 2016, 1:1.

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD. The Bacterial Cause of Alzheimer’s disease. Nexus August 2016. 23:6:1-5

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD. VACCINES AS AN AUTISM TRIGGER: A TB LINK? Nexus Feb/March 2015 22:2:1-12

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD. Ebola…Or African Strains of Tuberculosis? Nexus October 2014 22:1:1-6

Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD; Phage Therapy: A Trojan Horse Approach to the Control of Intracellular Pathogens; In Patho-Biotechnology Eds Roy Sleator and Colin Hill Landes Bioscience July 2008 pp. 238. 41-49

Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D. The Untold Truth about Cancer- Pts 1 and 2 Nexus Vol 17 No 1-No2 Dec 2009-Jan 2010 pp35-40; February-March 2010 pp.37-42.

Alan Cantwell Jr. M.D., Lawrence Broxmeyer MD, Is HIV a virus-like form of acid-fast Tuberculosis-type bacteria? Journal of Independent Medical Research, 2008,6(1):1-9

Broxmeyer's Medline Publications are listed in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health:

Killing of Mycobacterium avium and Mycobacterium tuberculosis by a mycobacteriophage delivered by a nonvirulent mycobacterium: a model for phage therapy of intracellular bacterial pathogens.
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D., Sosnowska D, Miltner E, Chacón O, Wagner D, McGarvey J, Barletta RG, Bermudez LE.
Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2002 Oct 15;186(8):1155-60. Epub 2002 Sep 30.PMID: 12355367 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Is cancer just an incurable infectious disease?
Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
Med Hypoth. 2004;63(6):986-96.PMID: 15504566 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Is mad cow disease caused by a bacteria?
Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
Med Hypoth. 2004;63(4):731-9.PMID: 15325025 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Bacteriophages: antibacterials with a future?
Lawrence Broxmeyer , M.D.
Med Hypoth. 2004;62(6):889-93.PMID: 15142642 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Heart disease: the greatest 'risk' factor of them all.
Lawrence Broxmeyer , MD
Med Hypoth. 2004;62(5):773-9.PMID: 15082105 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

SARS: just another viral acronym?
Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D.
Med Hypoth. 2003 Aug;61(2):314-7.PMID: 12888325 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Is AIDS really caused by a virus?
Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
Med Hypoth. 2003 May;60(5):671-88. No abstract available. PMID: 12710902 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] [Link out to article]

Parkinson's: another look.
Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D.
Med Hypoth. 2002 Oct;59(4):373-7.PMID: 12208174 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

AIDS: "it's the bacteria, stupid!".
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD, Dr. Alan Cantwell, MD
Med Hypoth. 2008 Nov;71(5):741-8. Epub 2008 Aug 8.

Bird flu, influenza and 1918: the case for mutant Avian tuberculosis.
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D.
Med Hypoth. 2006;67(5):1006-15. Epub 2006 Jun 27.

Diabetes mellitus, tuberculosis and the mycobacteria: two millenia of enigma.
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
Med Hypoth. 2005;65(3):433-9

Thinking the unthinkable: Alzheimer's, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and Mad Cow disease: the age-related reemergence of virulent, foodborne, bovine tuberculosis or losing your mind for the sake of a shake or burger.
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer M.D.
Med Hypoth. 2005;64(4):699-705.PMID: 15694685 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]