2019 ACAM ANNUAL MEETING: COLLABORATION CURES
 
 
The Mission
In the past few years, a growing body of evidence supports the belief that the epidemic of chronic diseases have common origins. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, dementia and even cancer as well as learning, performance and behavior issues have multiple common causes and can take decades to develop.

Now in our fourth meeting together, AAPMD and ACAM have come together to explore combining our annual meeting in a way that would serve the interests of our individual memberships and provide new, exciting learning and networking collaborative opportunities. And there are so many!

The Meeting
We encourage you to check out the entire program. This meeting will feature presentations to the combined groups as well as separate presentations to each on their focus and interest. In addition, there are workshops, case studies, combined receptions and networking opportunities.

Our exhibit hall will feature our passionate corporate supporters offering products and services to supply your practice needs towards a more collaborative path.

The Future of Medicine & Dentistry
We hope that when you leave the conference, you take the spirit of collaboration with you and help us continue to grow it, not just at future annual conferences, but at events, webinars, and communications throughout the year.

Learning Objectives:
- Promoting and sharing knowledge to reduce human and societal toll from neurodegenerative and
  inflammatory disorders, cancer and infectious diseases
- Advancing understanding of how recent advances in nutritional science can positively impact on
  metabolic, hormonal, and neurochemical communications networks
- Advancing understanding the impact of oral pathology and sleep disorders on immune and hormone
  systems and its impact on chronic degenerative diseases
- Enhancing diagnosis and care of adults with stroke, dementia and other neurodegenerative
  conditions based on sound scientific evidence

Sub Objectives:
- Interpret evidence that nutritional choices positively and negatively effect inflammation and
  mitochondrial function
- Identify and treat epigenetic drivers of inflammation such as hormonal and immune dysregulation
  and reduced energy utilization
- Determine genetic and epigenetic risk factors for developing complications of infectious diseases
  such as neurodegerative and cardiovascular disease, autoimmunity and cancer
- Understand the epidemiology, impact and therapeutic options for patients with neurodegenerative
  disorders


                                                                 

  Important Dates
   
January 10
Registration Open

April 31
Early Rate Ends

August 31
Advanced Rate Ends

September 17
Registration & Hotel Cancellation Deadline
(No Refunds After Today)
Group Room Block Closes

October 10
Late Rate Ends

October 17-19
ACAM Annual Meeting
   
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