Past and future webinars of the Covid-19 Series

The AONM COVID-19 Webinar Series is a compilation of discussions to address the subject of COVID-19, and to offer educational insights, discoveries and perspectives from a range of health disciplines.

Past Webinars – Follow the links to watch and listen

Dr. Schwarzbach

Dr. Armin Schwarzbach
COVID-19 Testing
Part 1

Dr. Mikovits

Dr. Judy Mikovits
Talks about
COVID-19

Jenna Luche-Thayer

Jenna Luché-Thayer
Human Rights Challenges

Drs. Gilbert and Schwarzbach

Drs. Gilbert and Schwarzbach: Covid-19 SARSPLEX Testing

Dr. Myhill

Dr. Sarah Myhill
Awareness Day Special
See also nhs-corona-doctors-on-the-frontline

Dr. Joseph Jemsek

Dr. Joseph Jemsek
Lyme Borreliosis Complex and COVID-19

Dr. Bransfield

Dr. Robert Bransfield
A Tale of Two Pandemics
Lyme & Covid-19

Dr. Jodie Dashore

Dr. Jodie Dashore
COVID-19, PANS/PANDAS
and biotoxin illness

Dr. Richard Horowitz

Dr. Richard Horowitz
COVID-19: Prevention, Diagnosis and
Treatment Options

Dr. Armin Schwarzbach

Dr. Armin Schwarzbach
COVID-19 Testing
Part 2

Dr. Sarah Myhill

Question and answer session. Follow-up from earlier webinar

Dr. Bransfield

Questions and answers. Follow-up of A Tale of Two Pandemics webinar

Dr. Joseph Jemsek

Dr. Joseph Jemsek
Q & A session
Lyme & Covid-19

Upcoming webinars – coming soon

The COVid-19 Webinar Series will be added to from time to time.

In the meantime, we are able to announce two new series of webinars. One covers : “Cancer Monitoring and Testing” and the other will be on: “Revolutionising the way we look at mental disorders. A psychiatric condition, behavioural disorder … or an autoimmune issue?”

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