The Doctors Schaller — a family tradition combining medical practice and medical research
James L. Schaller M.D. is not retired. He is a full-time, aggressive reader and researcher. He also treats patients part-time, primarily those who want one-on-one medical care accompanied by 24/7 access to their physician.
James A. Schaller is retired and was a highly-respected OBGYN and nutrition researcher.
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Dr. James L. Schaller is the author of 26 books, and is a contributor to many respected books on child problems, behavioral problems and infectious diseases. He has published 27 peer reviewed journal articles, which topics include the use of highly respected forensic laboratories and a functional cancer cure, which has been replicated over a hundred times. Dr. Schaller has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association on herbal research. He has published repeatedly in two of the largest pediatric journals in the world. Many of his published articles contain exhaustive references including one with 88 references on the psychiatric problems associated with Bartonella, also another important creative discovery that Babesia, as a primer for a specialized "cancer" cure that he discovered. The latter two articles, particularly the cancer article, were written and edited in close collaboration with a former editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association. Dr. Schaller offers his immense thanks for this international editor's repeated, very late hours of editing at great sacrifice to save lives of many people dying of this cancer.
James A. Schaller, M.D. is a retired obstetrician/gynecologist who also has written a number of books on medicine, on relationships, as well as novels. He graduated first in his class at a very large university, receiving virtually every academic honor. He is the father of James L. Schaller, M.D. Both have been involved in advanced nutritional design & study and natural bio-identical hormone research & practice through their entire careers. Dr. James A. Schaller was engaged in nutritional research as far back as the 1960's, long before many people had even heard of the concept. He taught his son such things as nutrition, bio-chemistry, medical pathology, personalized extended service and hormonal tailoring, from the time he was an adolescent. Dr. James A. Schaller has received extensive awards and praise throughout his entire career — a career during which he treated approximately 20,000 people. He now is exclusively focused on nutritional research, preventing chronic disease and research writing. Dr. James L. Schaller extends his immense thanks to his "best man" for being a super mentor available 24/7 for — at times — as many as 20 medical questions a week.