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STEPHEN GENUIS, MD

is a clinician who researched how toxicants leave the human body in blood, urine and sweat (BUS). He has published his findings in a series of articles including the most recent on the mobilization of PBDEs.  He worked for many years as an Obstetrician/Gynaecologist, before turning his focus to Environmental Health Sciences and the impact of environmental factors on prenatal health, as well as on chronic physical and mental health problems.

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MARY CORDARO

is trained in Bau Biologie, the science of healthy buildings and  provides environmental consulting for residential and commercial buildings. Mary will cover major offgassing sources and the use of air and water purifiers. She will also include SVOCs, which don't outgas, but are released into the indoor environment in  a different way.

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WILLAM J REA, MD

is a pioneer and leader in the field of environmental medicine and the recipient of the Environmental Medicine Pioneer award at EHS 2016. Dr. Rea has been doing depuration therapy on environmentally poisoned individuals at the Environmental Health Center Dallas for decades. He will present data on the effectiveness of his protocols to reduce toxicant burden and restore health.

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SCOTT FABER, MD

is a developmental pediatrician at The Children’s Institute in Pittsburgh, PA, where he is working with children with severe developmental and behavioral disorders, including autism. He was the lead author in the exciting new study entitled: A cleanroom sleeping environment's impact on markers of oxidative stress, immune dysregulation, and behavior in children with autism spectrum disorders. He will present his impressive finding on the benefit of simple environmental avoidance techniques with ASD children.

Also speaking:

Isadora Guggenheim, ND

David Quig, PhD

Paul Anderson, ND

Marisol Teijeiro, ND

Todd Hagobian, PhD

Walter Crinnion, ND

Lyn Patrick, ND

...and others