Dr. Mirko Beljanki Biography
Mirko Beljanski, PhD (1923-1998), was a French molecular biologist who worked for over 40 years studying DNA replication and transcription. Born in the former Yugoslavia, he worked his way from a small village with no resources to become a researcher at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France, one of the top research institutions in the world. While working at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, he made a breakthrough discovery: environmental pollution induces a progressive and cumulative destabilization of the DNA - leading to an unregulated increase of DNA duplication, which is the hallmark of cancer. Through this major discovery, Dr. Mirko Beljanski offered the world an explanation at the cellular level of environmental medicine. In the course of these experiments, Mirko Beljanski created a test (the Oncotest) to evaluate a molecule’s capacity to destabilize our DNA. Mirko Beljanski set out on a quest to find nature’s answer to DNA destabilization.
At the time of his untimely death in 1998, he left behind a legacy of fearless innovation as well as an impressive body of work including two books, 133 articles published in peer-reviewed scientific journals and numerous patents. Most importantly, his lifelong dream of bringing nature and science together to improve the health and well being of people is now continued through the work of The Beljanski Foundation, Inc. The Beljanski Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 1999 in New York, NY. Its purpose is to "study and share knowledge of effective non-toxic natural answers that work both alone and in synergy with traditional western medicine."
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