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- Compounding Dilemma: New Laws and Regulations Threaten Compounded Drugs and Practitioner Freedom
by Gretchen DuBeau, Esq.
- Lyme, Neurotoxins, and Hormonal Factors: Wayne Anderson, ND, and Robert Gitlin, DO
An interview with Nancy Faass, MSW, MPH
- From Lyme Disease to Addiction: How to Energetically Restore the Neuroendocrine-Immune System
by Dalal Akoury, MD
- Mold and Mycotoxins: Often Overlooked Factors in Chronic Lyme Disease
by Scott Forsgren with Neil Nathan, MD, and Wayne Anderson, ND
- Testing T-Cell Response for the Improved Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme Disease
by Mark Menolascino, MD, MS, ABIHM, ABAARM
- Orthopedic/Sports Medicine
Stem Cell Prolotherapy: Alternative to Joint Replacement –The Future Is Now
Peter A. Fields, MD, DC
- Exercise is Medicine
Enhancing Athletic Performance:
Jade Teta, ND, CSCS, and Keoni Teta, ND, LAc, CSCS
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The Art and Science of Compounding: Where Are We Now, and How Did We Get Here?
by Carol Petersen, RPh, CNP
Intravenous Ascorbate in the Treatment of Ovarian Cancer: The Work of Jeanne Drisko, MD, and Qi Chen, PhD
based on interviews with Nancy Faass
Improving Breast Cancer Survivorship with Lifestyle Changes
by Barbara MacDonald, ND, LAc
Anemia in Cancer: Assessment, Management, and Naturopathic Considerations
by Stacy Dunn, ND, MSOM, FABNO
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Reactions to Sublingual Immunotherapy: An Analysis of a Group of Patients Who Developed Adverse Events over a Period of 5 Years
by Diego Saporta, MD
Cannabinoids: Healing Agent for Integrative Medical Cancer Treatment
by Sean Devlin, HMD, DO
The Role of Infections in Celiac Disease
by William P. Stuppy, MD
by Ralph Moss, PhD
review by Katherine Duff
NIH Trial Gives Surprising Boost To Chelation Therapy (Offsite link)
With a result that is likely to surprise and baffle much of the mainstream medical community,
a large NIH-sponsored trial has turned up the first substantial evidence in support of
chelation therapy for patients with coronary disease.
A Timeline for EDTA Chelation Therapy as a Treatment for Vascular Disease
by Terry Chappell, John Trowbridge, and Michael Schachter
AUGUST 6-9: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS' (AANP's) 29th ANNUAL CONFERENCE in Phoenix, Arizona. CONTACT: http://www.naturopathic.org/AANP2014
AUGUST 9: GASTROINTESTINAL FUNCTIONALITY & HEALTH WORKSHOP II in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Also, AUGUST 10 in Washington DC; AUGUST 16 in Phoenix, Arizona; AUGUST 17 in San Francisco, California. CONTACT: http://www.clin-ed.org
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Best of Naturopathic Medicine 2015
Townsend Letter is pleased to announce our seventh Best of Naturopathic Medicine 2015 competition. Naturopathic students, faculty, researchers and practitioners are invited to submit research papers, reviews and articles. The winning papers will be published in our February/ March 2015 issue. The author of the winning paper will be awarded $850. Runner-up papers will be published and authors will receive an honorarium.
Papers submitted should be 1500-3500 words and referenced. Author guidelines are available here. Papers should be submitted digitally, preferably as a Word document. Papers authored by multiple writers are acceptable; the lead author should be an N.D. graduate or candidate of an accredited 4-year naturopathic school. Papers submitted for the competition may not be submitted to other publications or have previously been published. All entries must be submitted by Oct. 31, 2014.
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