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Voice Newsletter - May Issue

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Medicatrix 
Albemarle, NC


Ann Burton, MD 
Grand Blanc, MI
Life Rhythm Therapies
The Villages, FL


Owego, NY


Arthritis & Lupus Clinic
Restoragenics, LLC 
Sugar Land, TX
Integrative Medical Office Sublease
Newport Beach, CA
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Integrative Medicine Physician (MD/DO)
New York, NY
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ND/MD/DO Wanted
San Francisco, CA
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Integrative Family Practice Physician
Kansas City, KS
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Physician (MD/DO, PA, NP) for Integrative Practice
Northampton, MA
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ND, DO or MD
Fort Collins, CO
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Associate Physician
Bruce Township, MI
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Integrative Physician
Newport Beach, CA
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Medical Doctor
Irvine, CA
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Integrated Practitioner
Colchester, VT
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Seeking Nurse Practitioner
Decatur, IL
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Medical Director
Lafette, IN
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Integrative Practice for Sale 
Wilkesboro, NC
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CRT 2000 Thermagraphic System
Laguna Hills, CA
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Integrative Physician
West Los Angeles
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Internal Medicine Physician
The Villages, FL
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Physician
McLean, VA
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MD/DC 
Orofino, ID
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ACAM TEAMS WITH ANH  
READY FOR MORE REFERRALS?  
The Alliance for Natural Health (ANH) has been working for the last year to update their website and include ACAM's Physician+Link website search engine. The renovation is nearly complete and ACAM doctors will be able to be found by thousands of potential patients with this connection! We're looking forward to doubling, possibly tripling, our referrals once the ANH site is live! ACAM welcomes Executive Director, Gretchen DeBeau, to this year's meeting. Stop by to say "Hello!" and get important legislative updates!
ANH ACTION ALERT! 
NATURAL HORMONES: NEW THREAT 
Big drug companies want the entire market to themselves
TAKE ACTION NOW!
ANH ACTION ALERT! 
SUPPLEMENTS:
NEW SNEAK ATTACK    
It's the same tactic these senators used last year, and with your help we will beat it back again.
ANH ACTION ALERT! 
EXPANDING ACCESS TO VITAMINS 
America's nutrition crisis hits our most vulnerable citizens the hardest. You can help get them the multivitamins they need.
ORGANIC PESTICIDES BEING TESTED IN CALIFORNIA  READ MORE
The gap in education and biased acceptable practices in mainstream medicine and dentistry has long concerned healthcare professionals.There is a definite need to learn from one another to bring critical resources together to address the alarming rise of chronic diseases.
Conventional and integrative medicines will not solve this crisis alone. The only solution is collaborative care designed for the individual. These concerns will be addressed as practitioners of all genres unite in Tucson, AZ September 15-17, 2016.

ACAM has taken a detailed look into three major areas of prevention for the 2016 annual meeting - Cancer, Brain Fitness & Dementia, and Cardiovascular Fitness.Our 2016 speakers
are at the top of their game and are ready to share their information with you.
 
ADVANCED PREVENTION OF CANCER 

RALPH W. MOSS, PhD 
Chemosensitivity and Other Tests for Cancer: What's New?


LISE ALSCHULER, ND

Integrative Strategies for Breast Cancer Prevention


GEO ESPINOSA
ND, LAc, CNS
 
Prevention and Screening of Prostate Cancer

ISAAC ELIAZ, MD, MS, LAc
Galectin-3: A Master Modulator of Risk for Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Inflammation & Fibrosis 
 
LASZLO G. BOROS, MD  
Metabolomics & Biomarkers for Prevention of Cancer and Other Degenerative Diseases   

ADVANCED BRAIN FITNESS AND PREVENTION OF DEMENTIA
MARK WALDMAN 
Disease, Prevention, and Neuroplasticity: A Mindful Way to Change Your Brain
DANA COHEN, MD 
Hydration and Brain Health 
LASZLO G. BOROS, MD 
Ketogenic Diet & Deuterium Depleted Water for the Prevention and Treatment of CAncer and Neurodegenerative Conditions 
ADVANCED CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS & PREVENTION AND REVERSAL OF HEART DISEASE & HYPERTENSION

MICHAEL DANSINGER, MD 
Ultra-Personalized Nutrition for Preventing Heart Disease and Diabetes 

STEPHEN SINATRA, MD, FACC, FACN 
Healing the Heart with Vibrational Medicine

Women and Heart Disease 

DENNIS GOODMAN, MD
 
Vitamin K2 and CVD 

CHELATION ADVANCED PROVIDER TRAINING IN CHICAGO A SUCCESS 
Next training held September 14-15 in Tucson, Arizona prior to annual meeting
 
Over a dozen practitioners were certified as Chelation Advanced Providers (CAP) at the April CAP training held in Chicago. This 3-step program (basic chelation webinars, advanced chelation hands-on workshop, and certification exam) is available to all eligible MDs, DOs, NDs, and NPs.

The next CAP training will be held prior to the 2016 Annual Meeting in Tucson, AZ September 14-15. Purchase the webinar series now to start your chelation training, then certify in September with ACAM's chelation experts, including W.A. Shrader, MD, Lyn Patrick, ND, David Quig, PhD, Dorothy Merritt, MD and more

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CAP PROGRAM
HEAVY METALS, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, AND THE  UNEXPECTED BENEFITS OF CHELATION THERAPY
- Journal of the American College of Cardiology, May 2016

This review summarizes evidence from 2 lines of research previously thought to be unrelated: the unexpectedly positive results of TACT (Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy), and a body of epidemiological data showing that accumulation of biologically active metals, such as lead and cadmium, is an important risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Considering these 2 areas of work together may lead to the identification of new, modifiable risk factors for atherosclerotic cardio-vascular disease. We examine the history of chelation up through the report of TACT. We then describe work connecting higher metal levels in the body with the future risk of cardiovascular disease. We conclude by presenting a brief overview of a newly planned National Institutes of Health trial, TACT2, in which we will attempt to replicate the
findings of TACT and to establish that removal of toxic metal stores from the body is a plausible mechanistic explanation for the benefits of edetate disodium treatment. READ COMPLETE ARTICLE
AMAZING: Dr. Raff is ACAM's highest referred practitioner of 2015 and is leading in the 2016 statistics! 39 referrals were made through Physician+Link in 2015 - 37 have already been made in 2016! 

Neil Raff, M.D. is medical director at Advanced Medicine of Mount Kisco, P.C. He has specialized in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology for over 33 years. He graduated from Johns Hopkins School of medicine in 1961 and went on to complete his medical internship at NYU-Bellevue and medical residency and gastroenterology fellowship at Bronx VA Hospital. While serving in the United States Air Force (USAF) he became a member of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, which integrates physical and psychological function ( the mind-body connection). Dr. Raff is Certified Nutritional Specialist (C.N.S.) whose ever-expanding interest in complementary medicine has led him to combine his professional medical practices with natural and nutritional therapies. Dr. Raff has appeared on various health and wellness shows, Gary Null's radio show: Natural Living, and as a speaker at Gilda's Club.
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A compromise between House and Senate regulators would subject thousands of household chemicals to regulation for the first time. 
NEW YORK TIMES 
New research could personalize medicine for arthritis patients
Recently, a team of scientists examined the whole-joint gene expression by RNA sequencing at one day, one, six and 12 weeks after injury. The team used a new, non-invasive tibial compression mouse model of PTOA, that mimics ACL rupture in humans from a single high-impact injury. SCIENCE DAILY
More BPA exposure as a fetus leaves kids fatter at age 7
More BPA exposure before birth could mean more body fat and larger waists during early childhood, according to a New York City study released today. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH NEWS 
Antibiotics strong enough to kill off gut bacteria can also stop the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus, a section of the brain associated with memory, reports a new study in mice. Researchers also uncovered a clue to why -- a type of white blood cell seems to act as a communicator between the brain, the immune system, and the gut.
SCIENCE DAILY 
Evidence is contradictory, and scientists says further testing needs to be done. ASSOCIATED PRESS
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