Upcoming Speaking Engagements
TFIM – The Forum for Integrative Medicine
April 5-7, 2018
Dr. Nathan’s lecture:
April 7th Mast Cell Activation and Porphyria as Unrecognized Components of CIRS
THE FOUNDATION OF ISEAI
We are pleased to announce the foundation of the International Society of Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI), a nonprofit professional medical society for clinical and environmental professionals, researchers and advocates in the field of environmentally acquired illnesses.
ISEAI was created as a collaborative organization to raise awareness of the underlying causes of environmentally acquired inflammatory illnesses, (e.g. CIRS), serve as an open and respectful forum for the exchange of scientific and clinical information, and advance the knowledge of environmentally acquired inflammatory illness as a new discipline of medicine. Our goals include conferences that promote the cross-pollination of ideas among different disciplines, a certification program that will train providers to diagnose and treat environmental illnesses through the use of critical thinking, research initiatives that are free of bias or conflict of interest, and a peer-reviewed journal. To learn more about ISEAI or to join us, please find us on Facebook (search for ISEAI nonprofit page), or go to www.iseai.org after February 1st, 2018.
Integrative Medicine for the Treatment of Tick-borne Diseases
April 20-21, 2018
Dr. Nathan’s – Keynote Speaker:
April 21st How to Evaluate and Treat Unusually Sensitive and Toxic Patients
NEW BREAKTHROUGH IN THE UNDERSTANDING AND TREATMENT OF AUTISM!
Just one week ago, in the Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology our good friend, Dr. Robert Naviaux, published the results of his preliminary study on the treatment of autism with low doses of the medication Suramin. This is a pioneering, landmark paper….please check it out! Go to the “Blog” or “Newsletter” tab for my summation of this paper. A link to the full paper is provided: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/acn3.424/full
Check out this discussion with Dr. Nathan on Better Health Guy.com
Why should you listen?
In this episode, you will learn about mold illness, cell danger response, mast cell activation, and much more.
Here is the link to the show:
Mold and Mycotoxins, Current Evaluation and Treatment 2016
Best Seller on Amazon.com
Just a few of the Reviews from Amazon.com:
“Mold & Mycotoxins: Current Evaluation and Treatment 2016” is a unique opportunity to learn about the evaluation and treatment of mold illness from one of the top doctors in the world with a focus on complex, chronic illnesses.
The author has been one of my personal heroes for years; not only for his knowledge but also for his compassion and commitment to seeking answers to improve people’s lives. The book allows the reader to see how Dr. Nathan approaches recovering health in some of his most difficult cases.
I was anticipating this book for months, and it did not disappoint. If you have experienced mold illness, this book is a must-read. If you have Lyme disease or another chronic condition, the book is still a must-read as mold is all too commonly a component of many complex conditions. Ask your doctor to read it too as it will only help them in caring for their patients.
The strategies outlined in this book are in large part responsible for my own health recovery from both Lyme disease and mold illness. Christmas has arrived early this year with the gift of Dr. Nathan’s new book!
on August 1, 2016
Having mold illness, Lyme, and co-infections, is nothing short of trying to navigate life in a pitch black maze—every day and every night. As a toxic and sensitive patient, recovering under Dr. Nathan’s care, I’m grateful for the light shed by this book, his other publications, his program “Cutting Edge of Health and Wellness”, and his practice.
This book details current information needed by health care professionals. It is essential education for anyone who has mold illness, Lyme, or both. It is a reassuring resource for patients needing clarification and review. It is also a clear and succinct resource for a sufferer to refer to interested and/or doubtful friends and family.
Congratulations to Dr. Nathan and the few doctors willing to do all they can. Rather than waiting for more information and less controversy in this area of desperate need, (thereby sacrificing sufferers), they are courageously stepping up. In his book, Dr. Nathan clearly shows the ways he is seeking and refining the help he is offering. It is another step toward ending this darkness.
New Interview with Dr. Nathan on Mold Toxicity:
Link Between Mold and Chronic Health Conditions
Below are the links to your show on iHeart Radio and RadioMD
Our research paper with Dr. Robert Naviaux is now available:
Metabolic Features of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Naviaux RK, et al. PNAS MS# 2016-07571RR, August 31, 2016
This is a ground-breaking research publication which clearly demonstrates that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME is a biochemical illness (NOT psychosomatic) in which we can clearly measure specific imbalances from the blood of CFS patients. These imbalances differ between men and women, but the specifics of these results give great hope that we now have a test which can delineate CFS patients. This is the first in an anticipated series of research papers designed to clarify the chemistry of a wide variety of chronic illnesses: how they may be similar, and different. The next research project, already underway, with Dr. Paul Chaney’s CFS patients should be completed soon.
Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Summit
January 23, 2017
I wanted you all to know about the upcoming Summit on Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia which will happen on Jan 23rd.
It’s free, and in addition to several presentations that I am doing, there will be presentations by Jacob Teitelbaum and Lee Cowden and more.
Please go to this link to sign up and check it out. Thanks
The video of Dr. Nathan’s June 11th Seminar
Current Evaluation and Treatment of Mold Toxicity 2016
Link to the 5 hour presentation at www.vimeo.com/ondemand/moldandmycotoxins
(more information on the “Seminar” tab)