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A deeper look into the science of alternative cancer treatments
By Dr. Antonio Jimenez, M.D.
In the September 2013 publication of the ACAM Voice newsletter, we wrote about the Seven Key Principles of Cancer Therapy and how they are intricately connected together in the article entitled "Alternative Cancer Treatments and the Rubik's Cube." The importance of alternative treatments as applied to chronic diseases, including cancer, cannot be over-stressed. This paper shares some of our insight into the scientific basis of these treatment paradigms, illustrated by one of our mainstay treatments, Sono-Photo Dynamic Therapy.
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ACAM welcomes our newest members
Each week ACAM welcomes new integrative practitioners to the organization. We're happy to introduce our newest members to you!

Bruce Dooley, MD/DO - Florida
Thomas Geckler - Georgia
Katia Meier, MD/DO - Colorado
Ronald Peters, MD/DO - Arizona
Matthew Schoen, MD/DO - Texas

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ACAM welcomes the following member renewals
ACAM would like to recognize the following professionals who have decided to renew their membership.
Eric Born, MD/DO - Michigan
Doug Cutler, ND - Michigan
Michael Doyle,MD/DO - Connecticut
Ted Edwards Jr., MD/DO - Texas
Kesha Ewers - Washington
Amalia Fantasia, MD/DO - New Jersey
Clifford Fetters, MD/DO - Indiana
Osvaldo Font, MD/DO - Puerto Rico
Terry Grossman, MD/DO - Colorado
Rushikesh Mehta, MD/DO - Mississippi
Arnold Meyerowitz, MD/DO - Arizona
Glenn Miller, MD/DO - Pennsylvania
Igor Ostrovsky, MD/DO - New York
Steven Parnell, MD/DO - Minnesota
John Pittman, MD/DO - North Carolina
Stuart Freedenfeld, MD/DO - New Jersey
Scott Rollins, MD/DO - Colorado
Penelope Shar, MD/DO - Maine
Matthew Speesler, MD/DO - New Jersey
Jesse Stoff, MD/DO - New York
Dan Rossignol, MD/DO - California
Jerald Ratner, MD/DO - Colorado
Robert Ewing, ND - Canada
Sy Pierre, MD/DO - Bahamas

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  Discover Anti-Aging Telomere Secrets

Dr. Bill Andrews, a world-renowned geneticist, discovered the Human Telomerase Gene that is key to stopping the aging process. Telomeres can make a difference with accelerated changes in normal to healthy youthful aging. Uncover Dr. Andrews’ innovations in all-natural nutraceutical support for this mechanism, and stop the cellular clock of aging by maintaining Telomere length and enabling superior cellular division indefinitely. Get the real story and meet the man behind the science! Click here to watch the video.




Hormone could help children with autism
A new study showed that the hormone Oxytocin could help children with autism. The drug, administered as a nasal spray, may improve social interactions. This study was based on 17 children ages eight to 16 who have mild autism. Some people were encouraged by the research; however, they were skeptical. Still one family that spoke to WAND News said they'd be willing to try it.
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Probiotic therapy alleviates autism-like behaviors in mice
Medical Express
Autism spectrum disorder is diagnosed when individuals exhibit characteristic behaviors that include repetitive actions, decreased social interactions, and impaired communication. Curiously, many individuals with ASD also suffer from gastrointestinal issues, such as abdominal cramps and constipation.
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  Increase accuracy, add iSpot Lyme

Lyme disease is difficult to diagnose. 50-70% of patients go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed due to low sensitivity of traditional antibody-based testing. iSpot Lyme™ is a new breakthrough cellular immune diagnostic tool that can detect the bacterial infection of Lyme disease with 84% sensitivity and 94% specificity.


Antibiotics found to halt chemotherapy drugs from killing tumors
Natural News
One of the biggest problems with Western medicine's reliance on drug-based solutions to disease is that these conventional modalities can interfere with one another, often creating new problems that require even more drug-based solutions, and so on. And a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Science illustrates this point particularly as it pertains to cancer, the conventional treatments for which are hampered by the use of antibiotic drugs.
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Motion introduced to make Los Angeles largest GMO-free zone in US
Natural News
Two Los Angeles city councilmen are attempting to make history in Southern California by banning the growth, sale and distribution of genetically modified seeds and plants anywhere in the city of Los Angeles. Congressman Mitch O'Farrell's 13th District website explains that both O'Farrell and his colleague, Paul Koretz, are leading the charge with the new motion, which thousands of local supporters are already pushing to have passed with a new petition.
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  Best Way to Sell Supplements

“Outsourcing” is more than a buzzword. Learn how it can transform your supplement sales, reduce headaches in your office and improve your bottom line. These days patients demand convenience and value, and now you can deliver without doing any of the work!


Poll: Majority of Americans demand GMO products to be labeled
The Voice of Russia
Absolute majority of the U.S. citizens prefer GMO products to be labeled so, according to latest polls. Yet, states reject these initiatives as food production companies invest big money to buy the outcome.
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NCNM to offer master's program in nutrition in 2014
The Lund Report
Beginning in summer 2014, National College of Natural Medicine will expand its growing roster of post-graduate degree programs with its new Master of Science in Nutrition program. The program will train students in the scientific understanding of diets based on whole, unprocessed food and complemented by skills-training in cooking, teaching and nutritional counseling.
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  Consolidated Basic to Advance Ozone Techniques Using O3 Restore In Your Office

 This unique nationwide course includes ozone and vitamin injections, advanced injections and IV therapy.  You will be given hands on, practical instruction for specific diseases, ranging from chronic pain, musculo-skeletal and joint pain.  Understand how UBI with ozone will significantly improve general health and autoimmune disease.  Learn how to put these protocols into your practice and improve your patients well-being, naturally.  Limited spaces, so book TODAY.



Could stem cells be used to create new lungs?
India Health
Scientists have succeeded in transforming human stem cells into functional lung and airway cells, thus giving way to the possibility of generating lung tissue for transplant using a patient's own cells. The study by Columbia University Medical Center researchers has significant potential for modelling lung disease, screening drugs, studying human lung development, and, ultimately, generating lung tissue for transplantation.
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Study: Vitamin D eases diabetes pain
NewsMax Health
Vitamin D has been shown to ease pain in women with Type 2 diabetes and depression. According to new study conducted at Loyola University Chicago and presented recently a campus research conference, a significant number of volunteers given weekly vitamin D2 supplementation (50,000 IUs) for six months reported a lessening of pain and their symptoms of depression.
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Rothfeld Center for Integrative Medicine seeking a full time Nurse Practitioner

The Rothfeld Center for Integrative Medicine is seeking a full time Nurse Practitioner, or Physician Assistant to work in our Waltham and Plymouth locations. Will also consider MDs looking for the right situation. Glenn S. Rothfeld, MD has been at the forefront of the integrative medicine field for the past 35 years. Our thriving healthcare practice strives to integrate the best of conventional and complementary medicine in a caring and healing environment. The right candidate must be passionate about their profession and be a team player. We treat a range of chronic conditions from Thyroid Disorders, Adrenal Fatigue, Metabolic issues, Hormone therapy, Lyme disease, etc. Some knowledge of Functional Medicine a plus, but will train the right candidate. All candidates should send their CV attention: Sara Raimundo to
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Integrative medicine physician opportunity

Established integrative medicine practice in Indiana is searching for a Board Certified Physician to join their thriving practice. This position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. Relocation considered. The practice is located in a family oriented suburb with low cost of living and numerous recreational opportunities.

Interested candidates please contact Lisa McDonald with Integrated Connections, a professional search and placement firm for integrative medicine providers. Email Lisa at

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