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Conference Lineup

I had the great privilege to attend “The Tick Factor” in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on September 17-18, 2016. Not only did I get to attend, but I was truly honored to be the moderator of the event. An informative and fun time was had by all. There were over 150 people attending the event and helping to educate practitioners in Europe about how to approach the treatment of Lyme disease. It was a powerful event hosted by Invintro, and what a job they did! It was so well-organized and beautifully executed. Kudos to Helen and Andre!

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The line up of the speakers on the two day conference was as following;

Valerie Obsomer, PhD lectured on “Ticks and Associated Diseases: What and Whereabouts of an Increasing Risk in Europe”

Valerie Obsomer, PhD lectured on “Roll Back Borrelia: A Strategic Action Plan”

Theodoor Scheepers, Ing. lectured on “Laboratory Diagnostics in Multi Infections Disease”

Katharina Deutsch, MD lectured on “Methylation Disorders and Lyme – Fact or Fiction”

Joseph Burrascano, MD lectured on “Preventing and Treating Persistent Lyme Disease”

Joseph Burrascano, MD lectured on “Treating Borrelia Persisters”

Ann Corson, MD lectured on “Solving the Chronic Illness Puzzle”

Ann Corson, MD delivered a lecture on “Management of Chronic Illness in Pregnant and Pediatric Patients”

Ginger Savely, DNP spoke on “Morgellons Disease

Ginger Savely, DNP spoke on “An Update on the CD57+ Test – Is It Really a Good Marker for Lyme Disease?”

Marlene Kunold, HCP spoke on “Vaccinations in Lyme Syndrome and the Toxically Blocked Lyme”

Marlene Kunold, HCP spoke on “When The Body’s Shock Absorbers Are Worn Out”

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD spoke on “A Late Symptom of Persistent Lyme Borreliosis: Alzheimer’s Disease”

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD gave a second lecture entitled “Cofactors in Lyme Disease and Brain Disorders”

Armin Schwarzbach, PhD spoke on “Lyme and Coinfections Test Panels for CFS, MS, RA, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimers, and, Parkinsonism”

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