13 June 2020 9:00am to 5:00pm
Followed by BSEM AGM
Cavendish Conference Centre, London W1G 9DT
Mycotoxins and Mycotoxicity as major players in human health are finally coming to the forefront of our medical awareness. They are implicated in many pathological processes, causing both organ specific disease and less well understood multi system disturbances which create the baffling and under treated modern epidemic of polysymptomatic ill health. From chronic latent infections by fungi and yeasts in the airways, skin and reproductive tracts to allergy, dysbiosis and common metabolic disturbances such as gout, a central role for moulds, yeasts, fungi and their toxins have been highlighted by recent scientific and clinical discoveries. Chronic fatigue, unexplained immunosuppression, organ damage and neuroinflammation are now widely acknowledged as part of the spectre of myotoxicity.
The BSEM has been a forerunner of translating the science of mycobiology into effective treatment protocols for the unmet needs of patients for decades. Many of our Founder members and ex-Presidents were ahead of their time by bringing their expertise and knowledge to Ecological Medicine. Since the 1960s, Drs John Mansfield, Stephen Davies, and Professor Keith Eaton became known for their success in treating patients with low carbohydrate diets and antifungals, publishing on the autobrewery syndrome and the fermenting gut.
Today we move forward again with our International Panel of speakers, all of whom are experts and pioneers in this field at the Mould and Mycotoxins: Infections, Allergy and other Pathologies conference. The speakers will be addressing many of the above issues, and as importantly, they will detail the effective clinical interventions which are of proven benefit. There will be ample time for questions and debate.
This promises to be a great stimulating day and as always, a unique opportunity to learn, share and widen our network. We look forward to welcoming you!
· Dr Joseph Brewer
· Prof David Denning
· Pol De Saedeleer
· Dr Saija Hyvönen
· Adjunct Prof Tamara Tuuminen
· Adjunct Prof Kirsi Vaali