5.1.10 - It's been a year since Steve posted a blog. I've decided that enough time has passed and have now taken down his blogs. Medicine and science change so quickly. I'm afraid most of his ideas may now be outdated.
PLEASE, if you find info from the Grouppe Kurosawa website on another website or forum, check the date of the post. I can't stress this enough. Information in the medical field changes daily. So many of Steve's essays or protocals are now out of date. Check more current sources before following any information found on the Internet.
Thank you again for your support over the years. Steve never really found all the answers he was looking for, but I hope you do. I wish you all good health; keep fighting.
"Today is the first day of the rest of your life." - unknown
What you may not know about Steve was his love of nature, cooking, organic gardening, and his family. This slideshow is a tribute to my big brother, the Steve I knew.
I've encluded a guestbook for any of you who would like to add your thoughts or memories of Steve.
IF YOU CAN COOK
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Stephen Robert Martin Passed away on August 2, 2009 after a short illness. He was born in San Francisco on May 24, 1947 to Robert and Mildred (Rienecker) Martin and raised in Marin County. He is the brother of Carole (Gordon) Dreier and the cherished uncle of Robert (Sara) Dreier, Catherine (Jason) Katz, Kirsten (Justin) Browning, Kimberly Dreier and 5 great nieces and nephews.
Stephen graduated from Terra Linda High School, College of Marin, Reed College (BA Psychology), University o f California, Santa Cruz (BS Biology), and the University of California, Berkeley (C.Phil and PhD Immunology). He was the recipient of the American Heart Association Undergraduate Award, ARCS - Achievement Rewards for College Scientists, Fullbright Fellowship - London and many Scholarship/Teaching awards at UC Berkeley.
Stephen served in the US Navy with Patrol Squadron 44 based at NAS Patuxent River, MD and was a long term resident of Sonoma. He was the owner of the www.grouppekurosawa.com website for the discussion of alternative and natural medicine and the author of the book "If you can cook...". He will be missed by many. - San Francisco Chronicle