1st Australasian MELISA Study Group

August 28, 2014 - melisa_wpa

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1st Australasian MELISA Study Group

The impact of dental and environmental metals on human health

21 August 2014, Sheraton on the Park hotel, Sydney, Australia


12.30-1.00pm Registration and coffee

1.00-1.15pm Welcome and introduction, Maria Claudianos, BDS, Australia

1.15-2.00pm Diagnosing metal-induced inflammation and the connection to chronic diseases, Vera Stejskal, PhD, Sweden

2.00-2.45pm Mercury dental amalgam: A challenge to our health and environment, Lisa Matriste, BDS, Australia

2.45-3.45pm Choosing the right tests for uncovering hidden metal toxicities, Bruce Jones, MD, Australia

3.45-4.15pm Coffee break

4.15-5.00pm Detoxifying of transition metals – a practical approach for practioners, Martin Landenberger, MD, Germany

5.00-5.45pm The clinical relevance of metal allergy testing in general practice: a case study, Damian Wojcik, MD, New Zealand

5.45-6.30pm Environmental causes of breast cancer: 15 years clinical experience with monitoring by thermal imaging, Mike Godfrey, MD, New Zealand

6.30-6.45pm Summary

7.15pm-late Dinner


Lectures only: $145
Lectures and dinner: $240

Please note that only delegates who have registered and paid in advance will be admitted to the conference. The registration fees are paid to our organiser Maria Claudianos at Beach Street Dental Centre, Australia.

More info

Maria Claudianos

Mobile: +61 400916426

[email protected]