The role of retroviruses in chronic illness – a clinician’s perspective

The role of retroviruses in chronic illness is greatly disputed in academic circles. However, at the Sophia Health Institute Dr DIETRICH KLINGHARDT, MD, PhD, reports seeing significant improvement in treatment outcomes – in the most severely affected patients with chronic illness – when antiretroviral strategies are included. To read Dr. Klinghardt’s full Special Report in IHCAN’s May issue

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Sardinian Cistus Incanus: A simple treatment of many – if not most – chronic illnesses?

A simple treatment of many – if not most – chronic illnesses? The average number of healthy living years, the “health span”, is continuously decreasing and reaching epidemic levels. Neurological illnesses, chronic fatigue, insomnia and chronic pain are increasingly affecting younger populations, including children. The causes are well known: exposure to farming chemicals in the

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Upcoming ART – Autonomic Response Testing – Workshop

ART practical training: for beginners and advanced students On this 1-day course we will review the ART principles – proper ergonomic testing, body posture and testing dynamics. We will review the 7 factors of chronic illness and how to test for them: toxicity, nutritional deficiencies, structural misalignments, electromagnetic exposures, food allergies, interference fields, psycho-emotional issues.

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Upcoming Metal & Chemical Toxicity Seminar

Resolving toxicity: a comprehensive review of practical diagnostic and treatment modalities a. Diagnosing: b. Treatment In this seminar we will show the exact ART procedure for diagnosing toxicity and determining the best combination of detox measures for the client. Click here for more information and to buy tickets …

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