I could not resist sharing the good news with you all about the re-publication of my father’s book,  “The Regulation of DNA Replication and Transcription“. This 3rd edition, printed by DemosMedical, a publishing house renowned for the quality of its medical and scientific publications, includes scientific commentary and evidentiary support of Mirko Beljanski’s groundbreaking discoveries, given by Dr. Devra Davis, PhD, MPH. I am confident that this book will continue to interest those in the medical field and be referenced and featured, as it deserves to be.

“The author is able to formulate a uniquely integrative biochemical model for the gene expression, demonstrating that both biological and chemically synthesized molecules can trigger the differential release of information from the DNA and thus influence cell transformation. Apart from its academic significance, the model offers high potential assistance in the search for ways to induce or control the expression of certain genes and, moreover, to promote differentiation of given cells in vitro as well as in situ.” (Demos Medical)

From left to right: Danny Toussaint, Sylvie Beljanski, Gilda Tchelebian

To ensure continuity for the future, I want to thank everyone who attended the recent lectures I gave in Europe and express my sincere thanks for your continued support. The more than three hundred people who came to Primevère in Lyon showed enthusiasm and interest in recent scientific publications confirming the work of Mirko Beljanski, and the new research programs being conducted by the Beljanski Foundation. The conversations I had with many attendees who came to talk to me post-conference also demonstrated great loyalty and respect to the memory of my late father, as well as great satisfaction at witnessing my commitment to quality research with quality products.

This was an extremely humbling experience, which touched me and has given me the strength to continue my path. A special thank you to Mr. & Mrs. Veluire for their help setting up at Salon Primevere.

I also received a very warm welcome in Switzerland, especially from the APTN, a European Naturopathic Association, who invited me to host a day of training on the research and discoveries of Mirko Beljanski. I would like to thank Dr. Kiener, for coming from Château d’Oex to Lausanne. His insight and experience as an integrative clinician helped to make this day of training very interesting. I would also like to thank both Ms.Dennis, and Christine Jacqueline Dordi, for the kindness they and their host organization afforded me on this exceptional day.

Finally, it was MEDNAT in Lausanne, where so many people came from Montreux and Geneva to attend my lecture and talk with me about how they had known my father. Many people, who were familiar with the Beljanski Foundation, ordered the DVD as their way to see Mirko again. I was touched by the gesture and this proved to be a wonderful way to end my European tour.

I want to thank you all for your friendship, support, and commitment. I will continue to do my best for as long as possible.