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Autoimmune Disease Advanced Clinical Strategy

Autoimmune Disease  Advanced Clinical Strategy

Datis Kharrazian and Robyn Puglia dive deep.

The rates of autoimmune disease are rising at an alarming rate, and if you’re in clinical practise it’s likely you’re seeing not just more cases each year, but also more complicated cases also. 

There are more than 80 distinct autoimmune diseases, with the number of illnesses that includes autoimmunity as part of the pathophysiology is considered to be at or above 150. 

25 per cent of those with a single diagnosed autoimmune disease go on to develop a secondary or tertiary autoimmune disease also, while those suffering from poly-autoimmunity is also rising

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Dr.Joel Mortensen, Director of Diagnostic and Infectious Disease Testing; Stool Testing with Integrity

Dr.Joel Mortensen, Director of Diagnostic and Infectious Disease Testing; Stool Testing with Integrity

Dr.Joel Mortensen Director of Diagnostic and Infectious Disease testing laboratory Cincinnati Children's hospitals answers two important questions.

What is the state of the art analysis for microbiome analysis, PCR, culture and combination testing for gastroenteritis?

What is the role of PCR and culture in the detection of stool pathogens and antibiotic resistance testing?

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Nutritional Psychiatry Conference 2019

Nutritional Psychiatry Conference 2019

The role of nutrition in the prevention and management of mental illness has only very recently become widely appreciated with evidence quickly accumulating to support a crucial role of nutritional medicine in mental health care. This represents an important paradigm shift beyond the modest success of traditional pharmacological treatments.

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SIBO-IBS Hypothesis with Ben Brown and Laura Stirling

SIBO-IBS Hypothesis with Ben Brown and Laura Stirling

 

Includes, current controversies surrounding the diagnosis and management of SIBO, alternative explanations for why SIBO-directed treatments work or don't work, risks associated with the use of SIBO as a treatment target, whether or not SIBO testing has a place in the investigative work-up of IBS, reliable PCR and Stool testing methodologies

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