For those of you who wonder where I’ve been in recent weeks the answer is, all over the place. On October 28, 2006 I was lecturing in Baden-Baden, Germany and my talk was called “Modern matrix medicine: toxic loads and excretion therapies.” The crowd of health care practitioners from around the world numbered between 350-400. I would like to thank Heel GMBH and the International Society for Homeopathy and Homotoxicology for inviting me to their annual event.
From there I went to the meeting of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM) in Rancho Mirage, California and when I got back, it was into the hospital to get my Achillies tendon repaired along with removing a nasty bone spur. While I expected to be down for a few days, little did I realize how much I would need the support of pain killers to deal with the aftermath of some pretty extensive surgery.
So, now that I’m somewhat recovered, my topics over the next few weeks will include the following topics:
- The influence of BigPharma on patient advocacy groups
- Recent research into treatment options and prostate cancer
- Is angioplasty really that effective? Or worse, can it be harmful?
- Growing evidence on the effects of environmental toxins on obesity
- Neurological damage caused by industrial chemicals
- Obesity, an American phenomena or world-wide epidemic?
- The development of a lab competency testing protocol
- Books that inspire, educate and provoke thought
- Resources to research environmental health issues
- Trivia, opinions and straight from the hip comments
I am looking forward to the coming weeks of information sharing.