Mast Cells, Mould, and the Myriad of Diverse Factors Underlying Chronic Ill Health

Presentations by the speakers

Mast Cells, Mould, and the Myriad of Diverse Factors Underlying Chronic Ill Health

The AONM Annual International Conference 2019 was held in London on 17 November 2019.

This conference delved into elements underlying chronic illness with particular focus on the effects of biotoxins, a deep and insidious driver of persistent disease. Another key theme of the conference was Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAD/MCAS), an underrecognized phenomenon in which non-neoplastic mast cell disease drives chronic multisystem inflammation and allergy.

The presentation slides are available below.

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Conference Chair – Dr. Judy Mikovits, Ph.D
Conference Introduction
Keynote Presentation – Dr. Jean Monro
Environmental Medicine Aspects of Chronic Ill Health due to Lyme Disease and Co-infections
Dr. Jodie A. Dashore
A Plant-Based Natural Approach to Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)
Dr. Robert Bransfield
Lyme Borreliosis Late Stage Neuropsychiatric and Other Clinical Findings and Clinical Assessment
Dr. Armin Schwarzbach, Ph.D, M.D.
Is there Evidence of Pathogen Involvement in MCAS and Hypercoagulation?
Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt
Latest Clinical Discoveries on Retroviruses and Chronic Disease
Dr. Joseph G. Jemsek
Video: Global Lyme Alliance Launches Its First Observational Study on Lyme Disease Treatment Protocol
Dr. Lawrence B. Afrin
Mast Cell Activation Disease: Current Concepts
Dr. Ann F. Corson
The Chronic Illness Puzzle
Cindy Casey Holman
Video: Skin Deep - The Battle over Morgellons
Dr. Sarah Myhill
Update on the PACE Study: Next Step Legal Action
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