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Oct 10, 16
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The age of personalised medicine: Improved clinical insights for better patient outcomes. Save the date: 21-23 April 2017.

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2015 Bioceuticals Symposium Review: Oxidation, Inflammation and Immune Dysfunction

Jun 04, 15
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With the help of Dr Mark Donohoe, we will unpack the learning points from the 2015 BioCeuticals Symposium and it's themes of Oxidation, Inflammation and Immune Dysfunction.

Dr Donohoe also touches on the challenges facing modern medicine in the changing terrain of patients who don't fit into a "well-described diagnostic box".

This podcast explores the clinical implications and practical implementation gleaned from the speakers at the 2015 BioCeuticals Symposium. With so much information to revisit, this may be the first of a series.

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Vox Pop from the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium

Apr 15, 15
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FX Medicine host Andrew Whitfield-Cook attended the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium and had the opportunity to interview the delegates on their experiences with this educational event. Hear first-hand from attendees their highlights, clinical pearls and light bulb moments.

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Optimising Brain Function with Dr David Haase

Apr 09, 15
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Dr David Haase is an expert in Integrative Holistic Medicine and specialises in functional neurology, neuroendocrinology and neuroelectrophysiology. In this podcast, Dr Mark Donohoe interviews Dr Haase on some of the key themes and insights attendees can expect at this upcoming event. This is fascinating listening for anyone who is interested in understanding the brain (and brain therapy) from a systems biology perspective.

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Toxicity and Detoxification with Dr Joseph Pizzorno

Nov 26, 14
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In this interview Dr Joseph Pizzorno discusses the exciting advances in our understanding and treatment of toxicity and detoxification.

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