Conquering Incurable Diseases Conference - Archived

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  Speaker: Daniel Beilin, MD
Title: Hidden Causes Revealed Through Dynamic Regulation Thermography
Goals & Objectives
  1. Demonstrates how DYNAMIC PHYSIOLOGICAL IMAGING finds blind spots in assessment for mysterious conditions and diseases.
  2. EXPOSE the REGULATION system of the body as a previously unknown organ.
  3. Show how exposing the HEALTHY aspects of a body and strengthening them even more can provide answers to many cases.
Synopsis: The regulation system of the body has been viewed in Nuclear Medicine as well as in integrative Medicine.  The Stress-Reaction that reflects DYNAMICS of organ and tissue FUNCTION is best seen with REGULATION THERMOGRAPHY, a German-Based measurement system that recognizes over 50 SIGNATURES for disorders and focal CAUSES.  3-4 Case studies and the BIOPHYSICS of the method are clinically analyzed and future research delineated.
Speaker: Leigh Erin Connealy, MD
Title:  Solving “Last-Resort” Cases: A Review of Case Studies
Goals & Objectives:
  1. Autoimmune Disease Patient Case Studies
  2. Cancer Patient Case Studies
  3. The Importance of Looking at All Possible Causes of the Disease and all Possible Treatment Methods 

Synopsis: This presentation will outline four patient stories (two autoimmune disease patients and two cancer patients).  It is essential that the practitioner look at all possible treatment methods and all possible causes of the disease.  Finally, it is important the friends and family support the patient through out the treatment process as all diseases do not begin and end with the patient.
  Speaker: W. Lee Cowden, MD, MD(H)
Title: Hope For The “Incurable”- What the Evidence Shows
Goals & Objectives:
  1. To help attendees to see that often there is hope of recovery from seemingly incurable conditions
  2. To show the importance of identifying and resolving all underlying causes of chronic disease
  3. To open the minds of attendees about the diversity of treatment choices in integrative medicine

Synopsis: Often allopathic doctors tell their patients that there is no hope for a certain chronic disease affecting that patient.  In many cases, this is based on the doctor’s limited knowledge and experience. So what the doctor should have said to the patient is, “I know of nothing else that can help your condition, but do search for a solution, because you may find one.” Often if underlying causes of chronic disease are carefully sought and systematically addressed, the disease either improves or, in some cases, completely resolves. Dr. Cowden will present various case reports to demonstrate the principles of helping patients who have been told their condition is incurable.
 Speaker: Amy Derksen, ND
Title:  Crucial Support for any Integrative Protocol
Goals & Objectives:
  1. Lab parameters that can help identify detox and immune difficulties
  2. Addressing inflammation
  3. Naturopathic Priciples that apply to even the most severe illnesses

Synopsis: In my experience working with Lyme disease, neurological illnesses and especially with autism, I have seen some common themes that transcend all illnesses.  The more complicated the cases I start working with, the more I find myself going back to the basic naturopathic principle of how important it is to support the body.   We all continue to try to find out what the microbe may be, or what the toxin may be, but in reality for most people who have found themselves with chronic illnesses, it is a combination of many factors.  The bigger question is why do some people get sick with these exposures and others do not?
I have found a few key protocols to be essential to help my patients detox more effectively and tolerate and benefit from treatments better.  I want to share these findings with others so that we can all continue to put our heads together to help get our patients and the next generation well.
   Speaker: Garry Gordon, MD, DO, MD(H)
Title: “NO Sex, NO Life, NO Fun”
Goals & Objectives:
  1. Understand that the endothelium is a highly dynamic cell layer that is involved in a multitude of physiologic functions and breakthroughs in biomedicine are beginning to acknowledge the endothelium as a bona fide organ system.
  2. Review of Nitic Oxide (NO) function as a fundamental signaling molecule and how when produced in the body in low concentrations, it acts as messenger and cytoprotective (antioxidant) factor.  The endothelium organ system is especially responsive to quantum “photonic” signaling of NO.
  3. Discussion of quantum biology-based energy medicine, as novel and more effective therapeutic strategy in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases linked to nitric oxide signaling and mitochondrial dysfunction.

Synopsis: Nitric oxide (NO), a neurotransmitter and cardiovascular signaling molecule, is involved in every organ system in the body.  Optimizing circulation through vasodilation, oxygen transfer, and energy production, nitric oxide supplementation has become a multi-billion dollar business for erectile dysfunction and athletic enhancement.  Side effects of NO supplementation include headache, nausea, dizziness and fainting, and can become severe and life-threatening when NO supplements are taken in large amounts or overdosing occurs.  Natural increase of NO levels through diet, exercise, and Quantum biology-based modalities, such as pulsed electro-magnetic frequency therapy (PEMF), low-level lasers, spectrum-specific light-waves, and acoustic resonance therapy, offer a safer and less-expensive therapeutic regimen without negative side effects.  In addition to facilitating cell-to-cell communication and membrane receptor function, quantum energy therapy assists in mitochondrial ATP production, balancing of hormones, and detoxification.
  Speaker: Janet Hranicky, PhD
Title: The Power of the Mind in Getting Well
Goals & Objectives:

     1.   Review Research that shows Emotional Factors & Stress Correlate with a Person's State of Well-Being and Survival with Incurable Disease
     2.  To Promote Deeper & More Comprehensive Understanding of  " The Logic of Emotions & Stress "
     3.  Overview of Personalized Stress Management Interventions in the Treatment of  Incurable Disease for Influencing Survival

Synopsis: Research in the area of Mind-Body Medicine shows that emotional factors correlate with a person's state of well-being and survival and this certainly includes survival of what has been traditionally perceived as " incurable Diseases ".  Stress has been shown to be an influential factor in the development of many diseases, including cancer. The theoretical basis for the therapeutic benefit of stress management has existed for many years and is well documented in the world's literature. However, the role of emotions and stress remain to be devalued as essential areas of intervention & treatment in the medical model of disease management. The time has come for the Medical Community and the Public at Large, to understand the Biological significance of Emotions and the Stress Response and how these are interconnected with " Conquering Incurable Disease ".

Speaker: Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD
Goals & Objectives:

  Speaker: TShui Yin Lo, PhD
Title: "Evidence for the existence of Stable-Water-Clusters at room temperature and its effect on health"

Goals & Objectives:
  1. The beneficial effect of Stable Water clusters on autism
  2. The beneficial effect of stable water clusters on thyroid, and brain from a long term controlled study of 30 cases
  3. Summary of the beneficial health effect by stable Water clusters from collaboration with UCLA, and Univeristy of Southern California

Synopsis: The hypothesis of meridians being made up of stable water clusters (SWC) together with the harmless,  non-invasive, low cost  infrared imaging technology have enabled us to study the immediate health effect of SWC as well as long term effect  of using SWC . We have taken probably close to ten thousand infared images ( or thermographs). By the use of meridians theory in Chinese medicine, these images , which record the body surface body images become a window to tell the degree of inflammation of internal organs of the human body. The decrease or increase of temperatures from using SWC  becomes an indicator of the health effect of SWC on internal organs. Proper interpretation of infrared images enables us to view the effect of SWC quickly on many layers of health problems of a person simultaneously. Hence we can study all kinds of diseases quickly, such as autism, thyroid, or problems with the brain holistically and comprehensively.  Any of these health problems is difficult and costly  with traditional means. In addition  we have collaborated with Prof B Bonanvida of UCLA to study the effect and origin of immune ability from SWC, and with Prof J Shih of USC on the effect of SWC on mice which are genetically alterned to have autistic behavior.
  Speaker: Damon Miller, MD
Title: Hope for Sight: Understanding the Role of Epigenetics and Support for Adult Stem Cells in Reversing Degenerative Retinal Diseases such as Macular Degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa and Stargardt Disease
Goals & Objectives:

     1.  Understand the research showing the role of adult stem cells in the regeneration of neural tissues in the eye, brain and spinal cord.
     2. Learn about techniques and therapies that can support and augment the adult stem cell system.
     3. Learn about recent and exciting work describing the role of epigenetics in genetically determined diseases such as macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa and Stargardt disease
Synopsis:  Macular dystrophies such as Macular Degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa and Stargardt Disease have been associated with specific genetic abnormalities, but as in many diseases, the presence of a predisposing gene does not predict with certainty that a person will manifest the disease. The developing understanding of epigenetics helps us to understand how a person can have an abnormal gene, but not express the disease associated with that gene until their seventh or eighth decade of life, or not at all. 
Conventional wisdom in medicine held for many years that regeneration of complex neural tissues was impossible, but recent studies have shown clear evidence that such regeneration is possible, and that the mechanisms of regeneration involve the bodies innate system of adult stem cells. 
The lecture will discuss how an enhanced understanding of epigenetics and the system of adult stem cells can help to prevent the development of disease in those with genetic predisposition, arrest the disease if it has begun to manifest, and even reverse vision loss through support of a person’s own adult stem cells.
Speaker: Simona Pop, MD, DMD
Title: Cancer and Dental Heavy Metals
Goals & Objectives:
  1. To show the relationship between dental heavy-metal sensitivity and cancer
  2. To describe immunologic testing for heavy metal sensitivity
  3. To show the effect of soft-laser therapy on cancer and heavy metal sensitivity
Synopsis: The explosion of chronic diseases over the last few decades has its source in part from the deadly increase of heavy metal toxins in the mouth. Soft Laser Bio-Photon (SLBP) therapy is a noninvasive outpatient device used to facilitate detoxification for patients with suspected metal overload.
A total of 30 patients were studied: 19 women  with ovarian carcinoma and 11 men with prostate cancer, and for all of them, the MELISA BLOOD TEST was used to measure the heavy metal sensitivity. The patients also had other testing before and after treatment: PSA for prostate cancer and PAP-smear for ovarian cancer.  Dr. Pop will describe the MELISA testing and SLBP treatment process and the effectiveness by symptoms and lab tests of the outcome in these cancer patients.
Speaker: David Steenblock, MD
Title: "Stem Cell Growth Factors are the Real Miracles.”
Goals & Objectives:
  1. Variety of stem cells and their growth factors
  2. How the growth factors function
  3. A review of the diseases and disorders that respond to stem cell growth factors
Synopsis: Stem cells are essential to human health and longevity.  Stem and progenitor cells repair injured tissue and create new cells to replace dead and dying tissue.  Adult stem cells that include umbilical cord blood derived stem cells, hematopoietic stem cells, mesenchymal stem cells and endothelial progenitor cells are currently being used in cell therapies.  An important aspect of these amazing cells is the ability to release a variety of growth factors into the microenvironment to increase the viability of injured cells.  The stem and progenitor cells can adapt their healing capacity to whatever tissue or organ is being repaired.  Stem cell growth factors have shown efficacy in treatments for heart disease, macular degeneration, intestinal disorders, diabetes, cancer, liver disease, kidney disease, and neurological disorders that include stroke, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, ALS, Parkinson’s disease, and dementia.
  Speaker: Tobin Watkinson, DC
Title: Body Electric- a Gateway to Healing
Goals & Objectives:
  1. Consider body electric in any chronic illness
  2. Consider electrical environmental factors
  3. Consider body water and electrolytes
Synopsis: As an alternative consideration in healing… the body is first electric and second chemical. Body electric and body water are the two most important elements in the body’s ability to hold an electrical charge. The polar division of the body water carries two distinct electrical charges. This polarity of electrical charge between surface body water and deep bulk body water gives a distinct electrical signature.  Even the Lyme tick uses the electrical signature of the human body as a guidance cue for attack.  Today, unlike any other time on our planet, man is exposed to multiple overlapping electrical signals which are capable of overriding the subtle charges generated by our bodies.  Without the proper body electrical organization todays patients’ ability to recover from chronic illness is gravely obstructed.