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Speaker video: Jay Mead, MD (speaking at ICIM on cancer and immunity)


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Exhibitors still welcome in Columbus.
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Workshops

Try diagnostic face reading at ICIM's lead-in workshop.


ICIM EVENTS

Treating the Impossible II:
Oct. 9-13, Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, Program Chair Richard Mason, DO


ICIM LINKS

Conference website
Online Registration
Facebook Event



Workshops


Basic Training in Chelation Therapy


Diagnostic Face Reading for Practice Application


Practice Management Compulsory


ICIM chelation staff program: The Basic IV Chelation Course for the Office-Based Infusionist


Healing with Language Sessions


ICIM EVENTS

Treating the Impossible II:
Oct. 9-13, Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, Program Chair Richard Mason, DO


ICIM LINKS

Conference website
Online Registration
Facebook Event


 


Why come to ICIM? The food.
We are committed to making our meetings a model of our health philosophy, providing safe, whole and delicious foods to all people with special needs. We order completely satisfying meals for vegan, gluten-free/dairy-free, and low carb diets and to accommodate other allergies or food sensitivities as needed. Our goal is to have every person at ICIM be able to relax and enjoy the experience, focusing on education rather than what they will be able to eat at the next meal or break.
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ICIM hotel room block rate extended until Sept. 20
Register now to get the $139 rate at the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, 50 N 3rd St, 877-901-6632. Guests should ask for Enhanced Group Reservations. Guests should reference International College of Integrative Medicine or the Event ID # 10411114. Register for a hotel room today.
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PRODUCT SHOWCASE
  PERQUE Activated B-12 Guard™

PERQUE
Activated B-12 Guard™ offers 2,000 mcg of hydroxocobalamin per lozenge, providing superior methylation support. Tastes great and dissolves quickly in the mouth. B-12 helps detoxify, improve energy and brain function. Important vitamin in the production SAMe, which is critical for manufacturing brain chemicals and detoxification. Read more
 


By ICIM speaker Leigh Erin Connealy, MD:
What you need to know about radiation protection

Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy writes, "Since the tragic events at the Fukushima nuclear plant, I've had quite a few requests for advice on how we can protect ourselves from radiation's harmful effects. The best way to protect yourself is by starting with the basic building blocks of good health. Here are some additional ideas for minimizing radiation damage."
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Attacks on health reporters and their readers are escalating
Mercola.com
Sherry Tenpenny will be giving a lecture at ICIM Oct. 12 titled “Vaccine Developers; Heros or Villians?”
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By ICIM member and speaker Jesse Stoff, MD:
Boil and bubble, toil and trouble

On a macroscopic level, healing appears to us as a miracle or as magic because of all the little elements that go into the repair of the damaged tissue. The removal of foreign material and destruction of harmful bacteria all happens in a microscopic world that is not directly accessible to our unaided eye. On a microscopic level, local cellular injury by the splinter calls in the troops of the immune system to attack the intruder and through a process of inflammation, sanitize it, push it out of the body and start the process of repair.
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By ICIM member and speaker Terry Chappell, MD
Should EDTA chelation therapy be used instead of long-term clopidogrel plus aspirin to treat patients at risk from drug-eluting stents?

Alternative Medical Review
The recently discovered increased risk of blood clots, leading to myocardial infarction and sudden death beginning six months after medicated stents are implanted in patients following percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty, has left cardiologists pondering what course of action to take. The author served as the primary investigator for a study that showed cardiovascular patients treated with EDTA chelation therapy had a lower rate of subsequent cardiac events, including myocardial infarction and death, than those treated with cardiac medications, PTCA, or coronary artery bypass graft.
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Listen to ICIM speaker Tom O'Bryan, DC:
The many manifestations of gluten sensitivity and celiac disease

One Radio Network
VideoBriefListen as Dr. Thomas O'Bryan discusses gluten sensitivity and celiac disease on "The Morning Show" with Patrick Timpone.
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By ICIM member Paul Jaconello, MD:
How to avoid and deal with the flu

The coldest months of the year are approaching. Here are some tips on how to avoid and deal with the flu.
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By ICIM member and speaker James Carter, MD:
EDTA chelation therapy: A retrospective study of 2,870 patients

Chelation.com
Results are presented of a 28-month retrospective analysis of 2,870 patients with documented atherosclerosis and other degenerative, age associated diseases who were treated with intravenous disodium magnesium EDTA chelation therapy. Observed benefits strongly support the use of EDTA chelation therapy for those conditions.
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Healing with language: Rapport
SCS Matters
It will come as no surprise to you that the clients or patients with whom you have good rapport will not only be more compliant with your directions but very well may also get better results from following them. We all tend to like others we think are like us and feel more comfortable with those we consider similar. It is best when rapport just happens naturally as people believe, value and enjoy the same or similar things as you do.
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Get to know ICIM member Martin Gallagher, MD
Medical Wellness Associates
Martin P. Gallagher, MD, DC, has the unique distinction of being a chiropractor as well as a medical doctor. During his distinguished career, he has treated more than 300,000 patients using an integrative medicine approach to well being. He is the clinic director of Medical Wellness Associates, a multidisciplinary integrative health care facility located outside Pittsburgh, Pa.
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True weight management by harnessing individual hormone, neurochemistry and epigenetic expression
Labrix
There are few more frustrating or more important health concerns than regaining a lean body mass, when all too often a patient has spent his/her lifetime yoyo dieting. It is estimated that seventy percent of U.S. adults are overweight or obese. Today's children are the first generation of Americans expected to age more quickly and die younger than their parents. The truth is, we all want to fit into our jeans, yet it is our genes that need our focus. For many, this struggle is all about the science of epigenetics and learning how to modify gene expression.
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By ICIM speaker Leigh Erin Connealy, MD:
Time for fall greening

Americans waging war on germs use a staggering 300 million pounds of antimicrobial products every year. But being so squeaky clean could be a big mistake.
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Whether at home or in hospice, we should be able to choose to die with dignity
Alliance for Natural Health U.S.A.
A hospital death means that many patients are virtually tortured during their final days, as desperate attempts are made to prevent the inevitable. But evidence suggests that the extreme measures taken in the final months and weeks of life actually worsen quality of life for both patients and caregivers.
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Self-referral spurs unnecessary MRI exams for patients
Medical Xpress
Patients having knee MRI examinations are significantly more likely to receive a negative finding if referred by physicians who have a financial interest in the imaging equipment being used, according to a study published online in the journal Radiology. Imaging self-referral, whereby a nonradiologist physician refers their own patients for imaging to facilities in which they or their partners have a financial interest, is a growing trend in medicine and a significant driver of healthcare costs.
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Looking for sponsorship or clients? How not to use email
Power Sponsorship
Kim Skildum-Reid offers a couple of rules that will hopefully assist in keeping you on the right side of your prospects when it comes to email campaigns.
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