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SUPPORT ISEAI! 

Join and Come to the meeting May 2-4 in Phoenix

      Several newsletters ago, I mentioned that the new organization, ISEAI (International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness) was getting off the ground and promises to be one of the premier groups that has, as its mission, educating health care providers and certifying them in the understanding of the vital subject of chronic inflammatory illness. As you
all know, this includes mold toxicity, chronic Lyme disease (with coinfections), chronic viral infections and other chronic bacterial and parasitic infections, and toxicity from heavy metals and environmental toxins. It is estimated that 10-20 million Americans are currently suffering from some form of these illnesses, most of whom are unaware that these illnesses even exist or how to approach them.
The ISEAI website opened in March (www.iseai.org) and we have over 50 members signed up already. Membership is open to everyone, at levels that include Diplomates, Full members, Student Members & Affiliate Members. Please go to the ISEAI website to see the benefits of each form of membership. We have a FaceBook presence as well, so please LIKE us
and SHARE.
For those of you who are physicians, please consider becomingeither a Full or Diplomate member, which would entitle you to discounts at our upcoming annual symposium next May (see below) and access to the growing library we maintain on all things related to these inflammatory processes, and access to dialogs with other ISEAI members to answer questions as they arise and much more.
For those of you who are not health care providers, we are a fledgling organization with very little funding, and would really appreciate your $35 membership which would give you access to our library, journal and newsletters.
Our first symposium will be held at the beautiful Civana resort just outside Phoenix, May 3-5th, 2019. For those interested in certification, this will be one important step in that process. We already have commitments for a fabulous line-up a speakers, including Dr. Robert Naviaux, Dr. Joseph Brewer, Dr. Joseph Burrascano, Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, Dr. Patricia Kane, Dr. Michael Gray, Dr. Sonia Rapaport, Dr. Mary Ackerley, and yours truly, among others.
Please check us out & join!
 
 
 
 
 

The Role of Mold Toxicity as an Under Appreciated Cause of Mental Health Issues

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