Part 2 of the Introduction to Micro-immunotherapy (MIT).
MIT is a method initially developed in the sixties by the Belgium doctor Maurice Jenaer, using cytokines and other messengers of the immune system in low-dose, thus mimicking the communication of the immune system. It is now well established in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Its strength lies in treating chronic infections and here in particular chronic viral infections e.g. Epstein Barr or other Herpes infections. Find a short summary of its history here or more comprehensive information on the method here.
The second workshop will again be held by Gunter Schlegel, a medical doctor from Freiburg, Germany who has been using the method for many years and regularly lectures for the German/Austrian MeGeMit (Medizinische Gesellschaft fuer Mikroimmuntherapie = medical society for micro-immunotherapy www.megemit.org). Doctor Schlegel is not a native speaker but will hold the workshop in English. The first half of the workshop will this time focus on the associated laboratory tests (in particular lymphocyte typing), the second half is dedicated to the application of the tests and choice of remedies based on case histories.
Please be aware that we will have one break mid-morning where we provide snacks, and the workshop will finish at 14:00.
There is the option to join us for lunch downstairs at the Hallam café, right after the workshop. This is an option and NOT included in the price for the workshop. If you would like to join us, please add the lunch option when you buy your ticket. Last time we were sold out, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Your BSEM committee