Multi-System Diseases: Improving Patients’ Lives with Proper Diagnosis and Appropriate Treatment Interventions

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Multi-System Diseases: Improving Patients’ Lives with Proper Diagnosis and Appropriate Treatment Interventions

At a time of great technological innovations, medical advances and widely available information, there are, sadly, many conditions that are still not being given the urgent attention they require – either by the medical profession or by world governments.

As a result, millions of patients around the world are suffering, many dying as a direct consequence of medical ignorance which sometimes borders on wilful abuse. Regrettably, misdiagnoses result in costly, delayed, or inappropriate treatment and can ultimately lead to serious harm to patients, or even death.

Once again, AONM brings together several inspirational and eminent scientists whose research and work challenges the misconceptions of the status quo, putting patients’ welfare first. Our speakers explored how current developments in the field of multi-system diseases are changing the prognosis of afflicted individuals and how obtaining an accurate and timely diagnosis can be crucial to a patient’s long-term health outcome.

Alex Chalk MP Gives Welcome Address to the AONM 2019 May Conference

Conference Chair – Dr. Judy Mikovits, Ph.D
Introduction Video presentation
Keynote Presentation – Dr. Byron M. Hyde, M.D.
Presentation - Improving People's Lives with Multi-System Disease Morning Session Video Presentation - Morning session Presentation - Improving People's Lives with Multi-System Disease Afternoon Session Video Presentation - afternoon session
Michael Cook BSc
An Engingeer's Approach to the Polarised World of Lyme disease Video presentation
Dr. Julia Piper, M.D.
Chronic Infection as an associative finding in Parkinsons. Case History. Video presentation
Dr. Armin Schwarzbach, Ph.D, M.D.
Unravelling some of the Complexities of Laboratory Testing Video presentation
Dr. Samuel F. Yanuck, DC, FACFN, FIAMA
Clinical Management of the 'Infected & Autoimmune' Conundrum in Autoimmune Encephalopathies Video presentation
Dr. Sarah Myhill
Exposing scientific fraud: The Lancet PACE trial 2011 and the betrayal of people with ME (PWME) Video presentation
KAREN SMITH Patient, Researcher, and Advocate
Video presentation
ALICE REEVE Patient Campaigner, and Breeze Lifetime Achievement Award Winner 2019
Video presentation
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