EnvironMental and Elemental Toxins - MicroTrace Minerals

Workshops 2019 - 2020

Workshop Testing for Heavy Metals: Hair Mineral Analysis, April 13, 2019, ANP London, UK

During this day-long Workshop at the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners' College, Dr. Blaurock-Busch discusses why and when Hair Mineral Analysis (HMA) is a useful adjunct diagnostic tool. This noninvasive test detects longterm, chronic metal exposure and provides Information regarding the body's absorption ability. Hair mineral analysis will show what levels of unwanted toxic metals such as Lead or Mercury are stored in the system, hindering absorption of other vital minerals. HMA is an efficient Diagnostic tool for identifying underlying imbalances and by correcting these, the body's ability to prevent the absorption of toxins is increased. Also discussed are blood, urine, stool and saliva tests and why each test provides different Information regarding metal toxicity and Mineral nutrition. Also discussed is the present Gadolinium controversy and why HMA should be used as an adjunct giagnostic tool when considering Gadolinium intoxication.

Speaker: Dr. E. Blaurock-Busch PhD

For more information and registration, please visit the following page:
https://theanp.co.uk/events#heavymetals

International Conference on Metal Detoxification June 10-13, 2019, Berlin, Germany

Conference Themes:

  • Metal toxicology
  • Mechanisms of detoxification agents
  • Nutrition and diet for metal detoxification
  • Testing for metal toxicity
  • Legal aspects
  • Medical geological aspects
  • Arsenic problems

Keynote Speakers:

  • Prof. Boyd Haley, USA
  • Dr. Swaran DJ Flora, India
  • Dr. Olle Selinus, Sweden
  • Dr. Joachim Mutter, Germany
  • Dr. E. Blaurock-Busch, Germany
  • and others

For more Information:
Dr. Annie Pettersson, Conference Organizer info@metdetox.org

www.metdetox.org

Chelation Workshop, Kuala Lumpur, February 1-2, 2020

For detailed information and registration, contact drmaung@hotmail.com

The 2nd Malaysian Conference on Clinical Metal Toxicology and Antidotes was held February 22nd to the 24th, 2019 at the Flamingo Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. In attendance were 79 mostly Malay physicians, but also doctors from India, Indonesia and Thailand.

The conference was organized by Prof. Hj. Mohd Ebrahim Sulaiman MD, a pioneers of chelation therapy who reflected on protocols and the need to follow them. It was refreshing to hear him stress NaMgEDTA for the treatment of vascular disease. He provided detailed instructions on the preparation and application of antidotes, instructed about the need for proper diagnostics. Among the many interesting lectures was the talk by Professor Dr. Suresh Kumar of the University of Malaysia, concerning toxic parasites and cancer. Dr. Zawawi Bin Abdullah’s lecture focused on cadmium poisoning and Dr. Nor’ashikin Binti Othman, Head of the Drug and Research Unit and Clinical Toxicology Unit of the Department of Pathology, Hospital Kuala Lumpur instructed about mandatory laboratory testing in clinical toxicology. Natural methods of detoxification were presented by Dr. Paramijt Kaur. Dr. Blaurock-Busch focused on diagnostics and gadolinium toxicity.