Irvine, Calif. --American College for Advancement in Medicine is
ecstatic to welcome Suzanne Somers to its Fall Conference and Tradeshow
Friday, Nov. 16.
Ms. Somers will speak in place of Tony Lamas, MD who was
originally set to discuss the findings of the NIH Trial to Assess
Chelation Therapy (TACT).
"ACAM is pleased to be joined by wellness advocate Suzanne
Somers to discuss her life altering experiences related to integrative
and alternative therapies,” said Megan Marburger, Executive Director for
Ms. Somers' speaking engagement will be hosted at ACAM's Friday luncheon
which is complimentary to all guests of its 'New Developments in Gut
Health and its Relationship to Systemic Illness' Scientific Session.
For more information on ACAM’s Fall Conference and Tradeshow please
About ACAM: The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) is a
not-for-profit Organization dedicated to educating physicians and other
health care professionals on the safe and effective application of
integrative medicine. ACAM's healthcare model focuses on prevention of
illness and a strive for total wellness. ACAM is the voice of
integrative medicine: our goals are to improve physician skills,
knowledge and diagnostic procedures as they relate to integrative
medicine; to support integrative medicine research; and to provide
education on current standard of care as well as additional approaches
to patient care.