WHY YOU WANT TO ATTEND THIS
In this age of information, you are being constantly bombarded on multiple fronts by highest quality medical information. And of course, this multifront bombardment is proving difficult to effectively trim into concise, time-efficient clinical management procedures, isn't it? Well, ICRM has perfected solutions to this dilemma. By gaining insight into the Achilles Heel common to all pathogens, even synthetic versions, by learning effective, low-risk protocols that target this Achilles Heel, and by understanding how over time infections inevitably translate into cancer, you will be able to effectively battle this pandemic of immune failure.
Every one of us now is being threatened by lowered immunity, making it more and more difficult to overcome infectious epidemics and prevent cancer long before it arises in our loved ones. ICRM has jam-packed protocols, cases, and keynote speakers with a combined +100 years of specializing in restoring and regenerating patients' immune systems, including:
• Sangeeta Pati, MD, FACOG
• Dr. John W. Apsley
• Dr. Jenny Wilkins
• Michael T. Murray, ND
• Mitchell J. Ghen, DO, MS, PhD
From our outstanding educators, ICRM aims to put practitioners just like YOU in the driver’s seat with straightforward protocols that have helped hundreds of healthcare providers and thousands of patients regain immune function to comprehensively address infections and combat cancer.
1. Learn the causal factors (such as hormone imbalances, nutrient deficiencies, inadequate detoxification, mind/heart/body stress) that lead to immune compromise and how to reverse it;
2. Learn causal-focused evidence-based protocols to mitigate infectious processes (both acute and chronic);
3. Understand the causal infectious role in cancer including the key switch that infections turn off to initiate the preferred cancer metabolic state;
4. Implement synergistic evidence-based adjunctive care for cancer patients undergoing conventional treatments;
5. Learn how key omnipresent CBD (endocannabinoid) membrane receptors play all-important roles in immunity and regenerative healing;
6. To support long-term remission, learn how to regenerate the immune system by:
Using bio-identical hormones for the adrenal/thyroid axis,
Key nutritional interventions including proven intravenous interventions that accelerate all of the above and can
induce long-lasting regenerative sequelae,
Cutting-edge correction of the microbiome which modulates over
70% of our human genome and immune system,
Practical mind/heart-body tools to correct the Chronic Stress Response.
Attending online ICRM Conference, although highly enjoyable, can cost
up to $2,500 or more. But now you can acquire the core skills with
ICRM's online conference for less than $250, in the comfort of your
Finally, what this all amounts to for your practice is that you can
expect to leave with specific actionable protocols that you can
apply the next day. THIS IS WHAT SETS US APART!
How to view
Join from virtually anywhere! The comfort of your home or, we recommend, in nature!
Through our virtual conference you can view directly from your browser. You can ask questions, interact through chat, and answer polls.
dr. John w. Apsley
Internationally recognized for developing
protocols for metals in medicine and their immune regenerative role. Physician, Author and Researcher for over 35 years specializing
Sangeeta Pati, MD, FACOG
Internationally recognized for Bio-identical Hormone Protocols and 5-point Model
System. 15 years of practicing regenerative medicine. Training functional Doctors since 2007
Dr. Jenny Wilkins
One of the world's leading authorities on the human endocannabinoid system and its relationship on promoting regenerative healing as well as this omnipresent receptor system's impact on immunity and cancer.
Past attendees feedback
It is thanks to courageous efforts by physicians like Dr. Pati that we can now have an institution like the American Board of Integrative Medicine. Dr. Pati is one of those pioneering physicians who was able to innovate with an eye toward the future of medicine without forgetting the solid fundamentals of evidence-based medicine.