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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Dr. Bray - Talk 07 - Now Available!

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Medicine 2.0 - Talk 07 - 1/30/2016: I’m really inflamed!: Relationship between immune system dysfunction, chronic infections and inflammation

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The content presented focuses on areas of medicine that often require too much time for adequate education within the context of primary care visits, but are likely to have a large impact on health outcomes in the community. There are 12 talks coordinated by Dr. Christopher Bray. All content has been extracted from evidence-based published scientific data. Traditional alternative medicine is a mix of hearsay and pseudoscience, but also includes some very effective therapies. Often “thinking outside the box” is required to correct the course of chronic disease.

The fields of integrative medicine and functional medicine hold alternative approaches to maintenance of good health and treatment of disease accountable and require scientific evidence for endorsement and promotion of novel perspectives and therapies.

Dr. Bray has no conflicts of interest with any of the content presented. The presentations are not being used to "recruit patients" as he is not accepting new patients at the time of talks. The lectures are being made available for free. These lectures were delivered with the generous donation of facilities by Gainesville Health and Fitness Center. The primary intent was for community education and are wholly not-for-profit. Every effort was made to give credit to content creators of the material included in these talks.

For Talk 07, extracts from the following sources have been used within the guidelines of "fair use":

The Fat Summit
Dr. Mark Hyman

10 Steps to Reverse Autoimmune Disease
Dr. Mark Hyman

Daniel Amen M.D. Talks Brain Health
Dr. Daniel Amen

Congressman Tim Ryan Calls on Congress to Prioritize Healthy Foods

Congressman Tim Ryan Speaks at the Contemplative Sciences Center at the University of Virginia

ConsumerLab.com - Supplement Testing

Special thanks to the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM):

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