Join Me at the 2017 Orthomolecular Medicine Meeting

Join Me at the 2017 Orthomolecular Medicine Meeting April 28-30, 2017, Toronto, Canada

I am proud to be joining Dr Phyllis Bronson for the Bio-identical Hormone Session. My talk is entitled: Errors in Modern Thyroid Endocrinology.

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Location of Meeting: OMNI King Edward Hotel, Toronto, ON

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Conferene Brochure Click here:
Orthomolecular Medicine Toronto 2017 OMT Conference Brochure [PDF]

Presentations and Speakers

Session One – Friday, April 28 // 9:00AM – 12:30PM

In-Hospital Vitamin C Deficiency and High-Dose Vitamin C Therapy- John Hoffer, MD, PhD

Dr Rogers Prize Lecture – Optimal Nutrition and Chronic Disease Prevention: A Clinical Perspe-ctive on Laboratory Diagnostics Aileen Burford-Mason, PhD

Towards a Unified Theory of Chronic Illness – Ron Hunninghake, MD

Session Two Friday, April 28 // 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Plant Based Reversal of Heart Disease Joel Kahn, MD

Evidence Based Integrative Cardiology Jack Wolfson, DO

Give the Body What it Needs and Take Away What it Doesn’t Heather Wolfson, DC

Session Three Saturday, April 29 // 9:00 AM – 12:30PM

Childhood Absence Epilepsy: Putative Complementary Diet and Orthomolecular Treatment Options Jonathan Prousky, ND, MSc

Bioidentical Hormones: The Foundational Molecules of Women’s Emotions- Phyllis Bronson, PhD

The Clinical Approach to Bioidentical Hormone Replacement: Errors in Modern Thyroid Endocrinology Jeffrey Dach, MD

Session Four Saturday, April 29 // 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Orthomolecular Psychiatry in Japan  Osamu Mizukami , MD

Phytochemicals in the Treatment of ADHD  James Greenblatt, MD

Annual Abram Hoffer Memorial Lecture
Distinct Characteristics of Hematological Parameters in Psychiatric Disorders
Toru Mizoguchi , MD

ISOM Annual Meeting  Sunday, April 30 // 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM

Annual Updates from Representatives of Societies in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America

Orthomolecular Medicine Today Forum  Sunday, April 30 // 10:30 AM -12:30 PM

Open Forum Discussion Lead by 2017 Conference Speakers and Orthomolecular Clinicians
IV Vitamin C Academy  Sunday, April 30 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM


Newsletter 2007 written after Toronto Meeting

Interview with Abram Hoffer Age 91 1/2  (MP3 click on icon below)

Last updated on by Jeffrey Dach MD

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2 thoughts on “Join Me at the 2017 Orthomolecular Medicine Meeting

  1. From a regular reader:

    Dear Dr. Dach,

    I hope your conference goes well at the end of the month, that you’ll point out the differences between genders, that you’ll point out the fact that NDTs are made based on studies of men by men and don’t contain “enough” T3 for women, and that you’ll “talk” about the differences between supplementation and replacement. T3 can’t be prescribed based on lab tests’ results, especially since the labs’ reference ranges aren’t time- and gender-specific. May “The Force” be with you to make some difference in how men with M.D. after their names “practice” cruelty on one in every eight women (only God knows how many men, children and infants) for a financial profit, as mandated by their “malpractice” insurance contracts (patients can’t change an “acceptable standard” that’s survived since the 1950s as if there’s been NO progress in 60+ years). The endos and their “guidelines” are in direct contradiction with The Family Practice Notebook! And Family Practitioners see more healthy people with a healthy thyroid than any other practitioner, so they know more about how the thyroid functions independently of the pituitary.

    Go get ’em!!!, and safe travels.

    from B.S.

  2. Dear Dr. Dach,

    I am a PhD student from Brazil here in Toronto and would love to hear your talk. Unfortunately I will be travelling abroad on the same ocassion, hopefully this will be recorded and shared. Safe travels and looking forward to listening to it. Hope you can change many minds!

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