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Eliminate Heavy Metal Toxicity with Chelation Therapy

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ICIM EVENTS
Capitol

ICIM Political Lobby Day on Capitol Hill:
On March 14, we join forces with the Alliance for Natural Health to walk the halls of Congress, making scheduled visits to strategic lawmakers who are on the cusp of new legislation that will affect the way we practice medicine and predict the health of the nation.

Yin/Yang: The Marriage Between Conventional and Innovative Medicine: March 14-18, Washington Marriott, Washington, D.C., Program Chair Conrad Maulfair, DO

Eventbrite - The Marriage Between Conventional and Innovative Medicine

Treating the Impossible II:
Oct. 9-12, 2013, Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, Program Chair Richard Mason, DO


 



Chelation Summit a success
ICIM

Chelation Summit a success, with participation from the U.S., Canada, Germany, Denmark, Brazil and Indonesia.
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Healing with language: Reestablishing rapport
ICIM
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Hallway Buzz: TACT Trial
Medpage Today
VideoBriefTune in as E. Mangus Ohman, M.D., discusses TACT Trail in an insightful video. Ohman, who is from Duke University Medical Center, explains a new view of chelation.
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It's official:NIH says chelation reduces heart disease
By ICIM member Paul Lynn, M.D.
The National Institutes of Health 7 year study of IV Chelation is now completed. The NIH named their study the Trial to Assess Chelation Study (TACT). This double blind study of 1,708 patients with active heart disease revealed a reduction of 'serious cardiac events' in the group who received the IV Chelation protocol vs. those who received only a placebo.
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Grieving husband blasts 'medieval' cancer treatment
The Associated Press via NBC News
After the best-selling Irish novelist Josephine Hart died from ovarian cancer in 2011, her husband was so devastated he often went to her grave to have breakfast. And even now, Lord Maurice Saatchi describes his wife's cancer treatment as "medieval." A member of Parliament, he's proposing a bill that would allow doctors to use experimental therapies even if there is no proof they work.
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ICOAR, RAHMS & ICOC Conferences
ICIM member G. J. Kontoghiorghes
The 1st International Conference of Oncology and Anticancer Research (ICOAR), the 4th Recent Advances on Health and Medical Sciences (RAHMS), 4th RAHMS and the 22nd International Conference On Chelation metals and free radicals (ICOC) will take place June 6-12 at Azia Beach Hotel, in Paphos, Cyprus. Updated information including a final deadline for abstract submission, accommodation and registration can be found at www.rahms-medicine.org.

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Botanical medicines may be last defense against superbugs
American Free Press
A prominent herbalist and award-winning author says that botanical medicines may soon become the last line of defense in warding off dangerous new strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. "We're now facing the threat of epidemic diseases more virulent than any that human beings have known before. It now takes a very short time for bacteria to develop (drug) resistance and then spread that knowledge to the whole bacterial community," says Stephen Harrod Buhner of the Foundation of Gaian Studies.
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Major grocer to label foods with gene-modified content
The New York Times
Whole Foods Market, the grocery chain, is the first retailer in the United States to require labeling of all genetically modified foods sold in its stores, a move that some experts said could radically alter the food industry. A. C. Gallo, president of Whole Foods, said the new labeling requirement, to be in place within five years, came in response to consumer demand. "We've seen how our customers have responded to the products we do have labeled," Gallo said. "Some of our manufacturers say they've seen a 15 percent increase in sales of products they have labeled."
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Green tea and coffee both associated with lowered stroke risk
The Atlantic
It's finally here: "The first large-scale study to examine the combined effects of green tea and coffee on stroke risks." This is according to Yoshihiro Kokubo, the lead author of a new study that followed over 80,000 Japanese adults for an average period of 13 years and found that, as we saw with coffee, those who drank increasing daily amounts of either beverage had an increasingly lowered risk of stroke.
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Chronic Care Model improved outcomes in diabetes management
Healio
Developed to accommodate the growing number of patients with chronic disease, the Chronic Care Model provides patients with self-management skills and tracking systems in an effort to meet their demands. However, the model has undergone scrutiny for its role in diabetes care, according to a review published in the CDC's Preventing Chronic Disease.
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Integrative medicine: Food purity
The Sacramento Bee
In the United States, we like to think that the foods we purchase are not only free from contaminants and toxins but also contain what the label states. If a food is labeled "organic" we hope that it has been brought to market with strict organic standards and that it is largely pesticide-free and GMO-free. However, a number of recent studies have suggested that buyers need to become more knowledgeable and savvy about what they're buying from stores as well as restaurants.
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