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From the Director's Desk
Michael Boutot, ACAM Executive Director
ASSISTANCE NEEDED - Evaluating the Fall 2013 Conference

Dear ACAM Supporters and Followers,

We have recently completed our Fall 2013 Conference and are fast underway to make plans for future conferences. We know that we need to build our membership base and find ways to entice more people to come to our conferences. As such, we are seeking YOUR input.

We have created two free on-line surveys through a program we have used in the past called SurveyMonkey. We are asking ALL who receive this e-mail to go on-line and select one of the two surveys based on whether you DID attend the Fall 2013 Conference in Palm Springs/Rancho Mirage or if you DID NOT attend the conference.

Click HERE if you DID attend the ACAM Fall 2013 Conference in Palm Springs.

Click HERE if you DID NOT attend the ACAM Fall Conference in Palm Springs.

The survey will remain open until January 11, 2014. It will only take 5 to 10 minutes to complete this important survey.

Thank you for assisting us in gathering this data. Results will be communicated after the first of the year.
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The new intelligent medicine communications revolution
By Dr. Ron Hoffman
In case you haven't noticed, radio is changing. Listeners to Health Talk, the longest-running physician-hosted health show on radio at 25 years, were dismayed when we went on hiatus at the end of 2013. A lot of familiar programs have been cut.

When you turn your radios on in 2014, a whole lot will have changed in Talk Radio, but one constant will remain--we'll be back Saturdays on WOR from1-2 PM. Rechristened "Intelligent Medicine", we'll offer listeners not just one but the regular TWO hours of live weekend programming--the trick is you can listen live to hour one from noon to 1 PM ET via your computer or mobile device on this streaming link: Of course, we'll be there to field your health questions live, on the air, via our new call-in number 888-302-3684.

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The 7 traits of cancer: Waking up to the growing link between breakthrough science and alternative medicine
Dr. Antonio Jimenez, M.D.
Hope4Cancer Institute

As investigations into the nature and evolution of cancer in the human body continue, scientific study continues to show that treating cancer with uni-dimensional conventional approaches must be rethought in order to combat the highly adaptive enemy within. In a seminal paper published in the year 2000, Hanahan and Weinberg developed an organizing framework to explain the complex nature of neoplastic disease (cancer). They called this descriptive framework "The Six Hallmarks of Cancer." Eleven years later, they expanded on their original thesis in an updated review paper by incorporating lessons learned from the recent research studies.
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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.


ACAM is now in all 50 states and in 26 foreign countries. The learn more about the benefits of being an ACAM member, CLICK HERE. To sign up today as a member CLICK HERE. If you wish to learn more about membership you can also call Rebecca Long at (770) 450-8046.

ACAM welcomes the following member renewals
ACAM would like to recognize the following professionals who have decided to renew their membership.

Tracy Latz, MD - North Carolina
Dan Rossignol, MD - California
Penelope Shar, MD - Maine
Jesse Stoff, MD - New York

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REMINDER: Let us know if your contact information has changed, so we can be sure to reach you with information about your ACAM membership benefits. Please send contact information updates to Rebecca Long at



Foods rich in antioxidants reduces cataract risk?
Food World News
If you're looking to lower your risk of cataracts, when aging, you might want to consider consuming foods rich in antioxidants. According to CBS News, a new study looked into the diets of over 30,000 women, over the age of 49, and found that women who consumed more antioxidants during their lifespan had a 13 percent lower risk of developing cataracts, compared to women who did not consume as much antioxidants.
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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.



Holistic approach to mental health issues
Manning River Times
A new approach to dealing with mental health in the Manning has been launched through the Partners in Recovery program. Run locally by Richmond PRA (RPRA), the program includes a number of different local service providers all working together for an holistic approach to recovery outcomes for severe and persistent mental illness and complex needs.
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US organic food market to grow 14 percent from 2013-18
Food Navigator
Solid growth for the US organic food market is expected to continue until 2018, according to a new report that puts a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14 percent on the sector. The new "United States Organic Food Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018" report adds that the Western US is driving much of the organic food market revenues on the back of growing domestic production and increasing awareness.
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'Brittle-bone babies' treated in the womb with stem cells
Asian Scientist
An international team of researchers from Sweden, Singapore and Taiwan have treated two 'brittle-bone babies' by injecting bone-forming stem cells into them while they were still in the womb. The longitudinal results of the treatment are published in the journal Stem Cells Translational Medicine.
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Adult stem cells therapy broaden in use around the world
The International Social News Agency
HeartCell, a free informational resource guide for cardiac stem cell therapy, has named several countries where stem cell treatments shown to be safe have been given government sanction. These countries include Japan, Argentina, Jordan, Panama, Singapore, Australia, and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
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Councilmember Cochran introduces pesticide and GMO legislation
Maui Weekly
County-level legislation that would require mandatory disclosure of information relating to pesticides and genetically modified crops was introduced on Dec. 6, 2013, by Maui County Councilmember Elle Cochran. She said the proposed measure, titled "Relating to Pesticides and Genetically Modified Organisms," is modeled on a similar measure adopted on Kaua'i. Its goal is "to inform the public and protect against direct, indirect and cumulative negative health impacts."
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Greenberg Traurig wins landmark organic food product court of appeal case in California
Digital Journal
The international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP represented HerbThyme Farm Inc., in an alleged mislabeling case with enormous national implications for the organic food industry and consumers who purchase and enjoy such products. The California Court of Appeal ruled that state law consumer actions based on mislabeling of food products as "organic" by a certified grower are preempted by federal law, and cannot be maintained in Quesada v. HerbThyme Farms, Inc. (December 23, 2013, Case No. B239602).
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