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What is Cell Danger Response? Protecting the Human Body From Harm 

A Leading-Edge Approach to Treatment of Chronic Disease Understanding the Healing Cycle and the Cell Danger Response are key themes at the Mindd International Forum 2019. Dr Robert Naviaux’s research and clinical experience have led to breakthroughs in understanding how healing occurs. Here are some highlights of his ground-breaking research and clinical expertise that will...
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Primary Care Prevention Strategies for Chronic Childhood Illness & Autism

Dr Liz Mumper will be presenting Masterclasses on chronic childhood illness at the MINDD International Forum 2019. Her Masterclass presentations will be based on her extensive clinical experience, and include immune dysregulation, allergic triad conditions, cerebral folate deficiency, and cognitive impairment, and autoimmunity. Dr Mumper has over 18 years’ experience within her practice working with...
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Integrating PANDAS Awareness into Practice

PANDAS Awareness is a vital factor to be considered in diagnosing childhood illness. Dr. Nancy O’Hara will be presenting a Masterclass at the 2019 Mindd Forum on the rise of Pediatric Acute Neuropsychiatric Syndrome and Pediatric Autoimmune Neurological Disease Associated with Strep (PANDAS). PANDAS Awareness - An Essential Part of Diagnosis Dr. O'Hara's lecture will...
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The Missing Microbiome and Chronic Illness Recovery in Children

The Missing Microbiome is a crucial factor in Dr Nancy O'Hara‘s clinic, where children with all types of chronic illnesses are treated. These include a large percentage of children with autism who have behaviors that are labeled autism, however, they are really about pain, discomfort, and inflammation. Lack of normal metabolism is what may be going on...
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Healing Cycle and Cell Danger Response with Dr Robert Naviaux

The Healing Cycle and the Cell Danger Response are the subject of two masterclasses to be presented by Dr Robert Naviaux at the Mindd International Forum 2019. His research and clinical experience have led to breakthroughs in understanding how healing occurs. Here are some highlights of his background research and clinical expertise that contribute to his...
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Q & A with Dr Nancy O’Hara on Children’s Health, Stimming, MTHFR, Eczema and more

Dr O’Hara calls MTHFR the mother gene because it interferes with folate metabolism. Folate is a B vitamin and we get it in green leafy vegetables and other food. It gets broken down in the body, so it’s really important for brain development and detoxification in general. These metabolites of folate are vital to decrease anxiety, tics, OCD and other childhood neurological symptoms. If you have a defect in the MTHFR gene, you are less able to metabolize or break down folate completely and you are more likely to have problems with detoxification, anxiety, tics, brain fog, and cognitive delays.

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Chronic Illness… What Evidence Best Supports Effective Diagnosis?

Considering anecdotal evidence is vital to accurately assess childhood chronic illness. Consideration for the limitations of clinical trials is also important. Dr Elizabeth Mumper will be presenting at the 2019 Mindd Forum. Dr Mumper is president and CEO of The RIMLAND Center, a practice devoted to the care of children with neurodevelopmental problems and a...
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