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SPRING, 2008 CONFERENCE DVD SET

 

 

VIDEO PREVIEWS

Video Previews from the conference (Note - Actual DVD quality is much brighter and sharper than these low-resolution samples!)

 

Dr. Levin

 

Dr. Horowitz

 

Dr. Jones

OVERVIEW

 

The 2008 LIA Foundation conference was held on April 12 in Fort Lee, NJ. Many respected and well-known speakers attended the conference.

 

9 DVDs $95 + Shipping & Handling 


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9-DVD Set, $95 

 

 

This DVD set includes the full presentations from 9 of the conference speakers:

 

Speaker Topic
Robert Bransfield, MD Tick-Borne Infections, Lyme Borreliosis: A Contributor to Autism Spectrum Disorders
Richie Shoemaker, MD What Biotoxins do to Inflammation and Brains: Implications for the Approach to the Autistic Patient
Charles Ray Jones, MD (Various)
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Janelle Love, M.D. Biomedical Issues of our Autistic Children 
Peta Cohen, MS, RD The Systemic and Metabolic Impact of Infection
Kazuko Grace-Curtin Genetic Predispositions for Immune and Detoxification Dysfunction that contribute to Lyme Disease and Autism
Guissepina Feingold, MD (Various)
Warren Levin, MD The Double Importance of Candida in Lyme and Autism
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Richard Horowitz, MD Herbs, Hormones and Heavy Metals
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9 DVDs Included

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