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Thursday, September 21, 2023 all times are in EST

Time / period Session
9:30 - 10:25 AM Registration (Coffee Social at 10AM)
10:25 - 10:30 AM Welcoming
10:30 - 11:15 AM Decker Weiss, NMD: Breakthroughs in Heart Failure (0 CME/ .75 CE / .25 pharmacy, 0.75 Category A)
11:15 - 12:00 PM Gerrie Lindeque, MD: Blood Sugar Control/Glycation and Aging- VIRTUAL (.75 CME. / ,25 Pharmacy, 0.75 Category A)
12:00 - 1:15 PM Lunch on your own
1:15 - 2:00 PM Regina Druz, MD: Thriving in Mature Adulthood: How to Age-proof Your Cardiovascular System- VIRTUAL (.75 CME / .25 pharmacy, 0.75 Category A)
2:00 - 2:45 PM Eugene Zampieron, ND: Testosterone and Men’s Healthy Aging (.75 CME, 0.75 Category A)
2:45 - 3:15 PM PM Break
3:15 - 4:00 PM Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, IFMCP: The Melatonin Controversy - Going Beyond Sleep into Healthy Aging and Longevity - VIRTUAL (0 CME/ .75 CE, 0.75 Category A)
4:00 - 4:45 PM Christine Salter, MD: Healthspan, Senescence and Longevity: Keys To Healthy Aging (.75 CME / .75 pharmacy, CONO: pending)
4:45 - 5:45 PM Cocktail / Social hour

Friday, September 22, 2023 all times are in EST

Time / period Session
9:00 - 9:30 AM Coffee Social
9:30 - 10:15 AM Valsa Madhava, MD: Part 1 - Addiction as a Chronic Brain Disease - VIRTUAL (.75 CME/.75 pharmacy, 0.75 Category A)
10:15am - 11:00 AM Valsa Madhava, MD: Part 2 - Treating Addiction: An Examination of Effective Interventions - VIRTUAL (.75 CME / .75 pharmacy, 0.25 Category A - 0.5 Pharmacy)
11:00 - 11:30 AM AM Break
11:30 - 12:15 PM Jillian Stansbury, ND: Adrenergic Tone Deficiency In Depression (0 CME/ .75 CE / .25 pharmacy, 0.75 Category A)
12:15 - 1:30 PM Lunch on your own
1:30 - 2:15 PM Michelle Clay, DO: Stress Management with Herbal Medicine (0 CME/ .75 CE, 0 Category A)
2:15 - 3:00 PM Jennifer Pfleghaar, DO: Long Haulers Covid: Clinical Insights (.75 CME / .75 pharmacy, 0.75 CE pain, 0.50 Category A - 0.25 Pharmacy )
3:00 - 3:30 PM  PM Break
3:30 - 4:15 PM Carol Penn, DO: Biological Underpinnings of Mind-Body Therapies for Medical Professionals for Mental Health and Wellness and to Prevent Burn Out (.75 CME)

Saturday, September 23, 2023 all times are in EST

Sponsored by Restorative Formulations - join us for an engaging day of panel discussions with leading clinicians who will share compelling clinical case studies and the treatments that led to successful outcomes. Each session will include a review of the MOA of key ingredients and reserve time for audience participation throughout. Moderated by Dr. Mary Bove. All courses on this day are non-CME/CE.
Time / period Session
9:00 - 9:30 AM Coffee Social
9:30 - 10:30 AM Compounds That Support Autophagy for Treating Neurodegenerative Diseases - Michaël Freidman, ND
10:30 - 11:30 AM Cardiology Clinical Case Studies - Decker Weiss, NMD
11:30 - 12:00 PM AM Break
12:00 - 1:00 PM Clinical Case Studies on COPD and PTSD - Michael Freidman ND
1:00 - 2:15 PM Lunch on your own
2:15 - 3:15 PM Rheumatology Clinical Case Studies - Eugene Zampieron, ND
3:15 - 3:20 PM Closing Remarks

On-Demand CME Recordings

Earn an additional nine CME* by listening to recordings about treating conditions related to healthy aging. Recordings are included with conference registration and are distributed after the conference. They can be completed at your convenience within 30 days of the conference.

Edwin Lee, MD, FACE

Bio: Dr. Edwin Lee is an endocrinologist, author, and international speaker. Dr. Lee is board certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism. He is a graduate of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and completed his fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh. Currently, he is the assistant professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Dr. Lee has published many articles on internal medicine and endocrinology. He was also an author in the fourth edition of Textbook of Critical Care.

Title: Understanding Senescence and Senolytic Therapy

Description: We often consider aging inevitable, but aging is the mother of all diseases. Dr. David Sinclair from Harvard and many other scientists have linked cell senescence to the speed of aging. Senescence is the permanent cell cycle arrest, or when cells stop dividing but don’t die (aka “zombie cells”). When senescent cells accumulate, they spread inflammaging and contribute to diseases that speed the rate of aging and reduce healthspan. In this talk, the role of epigenetics and senescence will be discussed, and there will be a review of clinical trials that demonstrate a reduction of senescence through the use of senolytic therapy.  1 CME


Luis Martinez, MD, MPH

Bio: Dr. Luis Martínez earned his medical degree at the Ponce School of Medicine and completed his residency training at the University of Pennsylvania. He also completed an Advanced Training Course in Stem Cells in Cancer at the Ponce Health Sciences University/ Magee Research Institute consortium. He is board certified in Clinical Lipidology. Dr. Martinez holds a Masters of Public Health with a concentration in Epidemiology and is fellowship trained in Biosecurity.

Title:  Immunosenescence 

Targeting immunosenescence has emerged as one of the top strategies to enhance longevity. Immunosenescence refers to the gradual accumulation of dysfunctional immune cells brought about by aging and its complications. This lecture will improve the participant's understanding of immunosenescence, its causes, how it contributes to multiple diseases and how it can be identified and treated clinically. 1 CME


Kevin Spelman, PhD

Bio: Dr. Spelman is an adjunct assistant professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, an adjunct professor of botanical medicine at the National University of Natural Medicine, and a distinguished lecturer at the Maryland University of Integrative Health. He is an internationally recognized expert on the molecular biology and clinical therapeutics of botanical medicines. A past National Institutes of Health postdoctoral fellow and Marie Curie research fellow in the European Union, Dr. Spelman has published 27 scientific papers and 6 chapters. Since 1989, he has practiced phytotherapy, informed by the Ayurvedic system, western herbalism and modern physiology. Dr. Spelman is currently a consultant specializing in new product development, laboratory and cGMP issues and research initiatives.

Title: Mitochondrial Toxins and Evidence-Based Natural Protection

A significant amount of research on environmental toxins has accumulated which points to their damaging effects on human health. It has been shown that toxin load predicts chronic disease burden, caused by impaired liver detoxification, stored toxins, mitochondrial damage and more. This seminar will review the sources of toxins, including pesticides, PFOA, solvents, and other persistent organic pollutants (POPs). A review of the published research reveals the sources for POPs and those which are most likely to cause chronic diseases such as diabetes, obesity, cancer and more. Research on epigenetic modifications, compromised methylation, infertility, and more will be reviewed and assessed. Evidence-based nutrient and botanical medicine information will be reviewed for potential protection from environmental toxin damage. He will also discuss efficacy of specific foods, fiber, alpha lipoic acid, vitamin E, NAC, Silybum marianum, Crataegus, vitis vinifera, curcuma, and others, based on scientific evidence. 2 CME


Jay Lombard, DO

Bio: Dr. Lombard is currently in private practice, where his primary focus is on integrative medical approaches for ALS and other rare neurodegenerative diseases. He returned to practice after acting as the chief scientific officer and co-founder of Genomind, a genetic testing company focused on psychiatry. He is the author of several critically acclaimed books including his most recent publication by Random House- "Mind of God, Neuroscience, Faith and the Search for the Soul" which explored the intersection of spirituality and science. Dr. Lombard is also the author of several landmark studies, including the initial observation that subtypes of autism were mitochondrial-based, which has been substantiated in subsequent studies. Dr. Lombard completed his neurology residency in 1995 and is the former chief of Neurology at Westchester Square Medical Center and Bronx Lebanon hospital.

Topic 1: Parkinson’s Disease

Dr. Lombard will assist the attendee in recognizing the most common presenting symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and the differential diagnosis for these conditions to exclude potential reversible causes. He’ll discuss current pharmacology for Parkinson’s Disease and current ongoing clinical trials. 1 CME

Topic 2: Sleep Disorders

There is a high prevalence of sleep apnea and nocturnal hypoventilation in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease and MS, and therefore sleep lab and polysomnography evaluation is warranted to rule out parasomnia, nocturnal hypoxemia, RLS, and central apnea. The presence of a sleep disorder has been significantly associated with lower survival rates and  worse prognosis for neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. Lombard will discuss evidence-based traditional and non-pharmacological approaches to sleep disorders. 1 CME / .5 pharmacy


Denis Wilson, MD

Bio: Dr. Wilson graduated from the University of South Florida College of Medicine in 1985 and trained in Family Practice. Dr. Wilson specializes in optimizing peripheral thyroid function, body temperature, and well-being. He is the author of 4 books and has lectured internationally.

Title: Optimizing Mitochondrial Health through Exercise and Fasting

Dr. Wilson will review the effects of intermittent fasting on insulin and other hormones. He’ll share an evidence-based review of the effect of exercise on the endocrine system. Lastly, he’ll present an evidence-based review of the effects of exercise and fasting on the mitochondria. 1 CME


Jaquel Patterson, ND

Bio: Dr. Patterson is a highly experienced naturopathic physician and the medical director of Fairfield Family Health in Fairfield, Connecticut. Her practice focuses on Lyme disease, autoimmune conditions, chronic fatigue, allergies, anxiety, and depression. She's also an expert in women's health, children's developmental disabilities, and PANS/PANDAS.

Title: Hopeless to Hopeful

This presentation will initially walk through the pathophysiology of anxiety and depression and its most immediate impact on cortisol, melatonin, hormone and neurotransmitter functioning. There will be a targeted emphasis on the change in these values and treatment approaches when under greater duress and during a pandemic. The presentation will include a full clinical case review over the period of a 3-4 month timeframe and changes in both qualitative and quantitative values seen with the utilization of natural therapies. There will be a review of changes in neurotransmitter and anxiety functioning as a result of stress or a life event and how the use of integrative medicine in clinical practice can adjust these values and put a patient into homeostasis with appropriate treatment. Both pre- and post-survey clinical and laboratory values will be reviewed during the course of the presentation. 1 CME


Eugene Zampieron, ND

Bio: Eugene Zampieron, ND, is a highly respected naturopathic physician, herbalist, author, and professor. His extensive knowledge of plants and their medicinal properties has made him a sought-after expert in the field of natural medicine. He was one of the founding fathers of the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine and currently teaches at the school as professor emeritus. He has also trained hundreds of naturopathic doctors and physicians internationally. Dr. Zampieron's work has been recognized by the Canadian Naturopathic Doctors Development Center, which named him one of the best and most innovative naturopathic doctors for 2016.

Title: Diabetes and Botanical Medicine

Dr. Zampieron will review hormone physiology of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. He’ll share the mechanisms of action of medications for diabetes. Lastly, he will present an evidence-based review of mechanisms, safety and use of herbal medicines to support blood sugar control. 1 CME

*The AAFP has reviewed AARM Webinars - Enduring and deemed it acceptable for up to 9 Enduring Materials, Self-Study AAFP Prescribed credits. Term of Approval is from 01/10/2023 to 01/09/2024. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.



Conference Sessions

Breakthroughs in Heart Failure

Decker Weiss, NMD

Decker Weiss ND, an expert in the field of cardiovascular medicine will be sharing key points in understanding the causes of heart failure. He’ll discuss the pathophysiology of Systolic Heart Failure and its key points. Dr. Weiss will explain the relationship between the thyroid, mitochondria, and heart failure, and share research that demonstrates connections between thyroid hormone levels, mitochondrial function, and heart health. He’ll review evidence-based pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic options for heart failure and the importance of lifestyle modifications such as weight loss, exercise, and a heart-healthy diet in reducing symptoms and improving quality of life in heart failure patients.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Discuss key points in the pathophysiology of Systolic Heart Failure.
  • Understand the causes of heart failure
  • Discuss the relationship between the thyroid, mitochondria and heart failure.
  • Discuss evidence based pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic options for heart failure.

The Melatonin Controversy - Going Beyond Sleep into Healthy Aging and Longevity

Deanna Minich, PhD, CNS, IFMCP

Melatonin has become a popular dietary supplement, most known as a chronobiotic, and for establishing healthy sleep. Research over the last decade into cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, fertility, PCOS, and many other conditions, combined with the COVID-19 pandemic, has led to greater awareness of melatonin because of its ability to act as a potent antioxidant, immune-active agent, and mitochondrial regulator. There are distinct similarities between melatonin and vitamin D in the depth and breadth of their impact on health. Both act as hormones, affect multiple systems through their immune-modulating, anti-inflammatory functions, are found in the skin, and are responsive to sunlight and darkness. In fact, there may be similarities between the widespread concern about vitamin D deficiency as a “sunlight deficiency” and reduced melatonin secretion as a result of “darkness deficiency” from overexposure to artificial blue light. The trend toward greater use of melatonin supplements has resulted in concern about its safety, especially higher doses, long-term use, and application in certain populations (e.g., children). In this webinar, Dr. Minich will evaluate the recent data on melatonin’s mechanisms, its clinical uses beyond sleep, safety concerns, and provide a summary of therapeutic considerations concerning dietary supplementation, including the different formats, dosing, timing, and nutrient combinations.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Understand how melatonin production varies in the body and over the lifespan
  • Identify dietary and supplemental sources of melatonin
  • Cite the scientific evidence to support the role of melatonin beyond sleep benefits
  • Apply concepts learned into clinical practice by understanding clinical uses and dosing

Thriving in Mature Adulthood: How to Age-proof Your Cardiovascular System

Regina Druz, MD

The presentation centers around the preventative cardiology practice model, which emphasizes various techniques to promote the well-being of the cardiovascular system. Regina Druz, MD, will delve into specific interventions shown to promote longevity and vitality within the cardiovascular system. She’ll provide a comprehensive review of the hallmarks of aging and emerging science surrounding inflammation and its role in cardiovascular health. Myocardial metabolism will also be explored as an essential factor in cardiovascular health. This discussion will touch upon the use of polygenic risk scores in identifying individuals who are at high risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Dr. Druz will explain the latest research on how genetic testing can be used to personalize interventions and treatments to help prevent the development of cardiovascular disease in high-risk individuals.

Stress Management with Herbal Medicine

Michelle Clay, DO, CHHC

Ongoing and escalating stress can wreak havoc on life, health, and happiness, leaving chaos in its path like a tornado. In an attempt to cope, many resort to withdrawal to avoid tension and overwhelming thoughts. Michelle Clay, DO, CHHC, will share the Sip, Soothe & SensualiTEA method for finding balance and creating peace within oneself. This presentation offers insights into the centuries-old practice of using adaptogenic herbs in herbal teas as a way to promote relaxation and alleviate stress. Learn how these plant allies can provide solutions that alleviate the ravages of stress and support healthier aging.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Gain confidence in selecting and preparing herbal teas and adaptogens that are best suited to your patient’s needs.
  • Demonstrate how the use of herbal teas and adaptogens can promote a sense of calm and create a relaxing mindfulness practice.
  • Provide hands-on experience through tastings and practical exercises that help participants incorporate herbal teas and adaptogens into daily wellness rituals.

Blood Sugar Control/Glycation and Aging

Gerrie Lindeque, MD

Uncontrolled blood sugar levels have significant effects on the body's long-term health, especially in individuals diagnosed with diabetes. Dr. Gerrie Lindeque, MD, will delve into how glycation and careful management of glucose can lead to healthier aging outcomes while also reducing diabetic complications such as those related to eyes, kidneys, or heart issues. Additionally, recent research regarding the role of sugar alcohols' contribution to these afflictions will be discussed so we can better understand why preventive measures are necessary for optimal wellness over time.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Discuss the effects of blood sugar control and glycation on aging and diabetic complications for eye, kidney, and heart health.
  • Review the processes of sugar alcohols in diabetic complications.
  • Discuss research-based approaches to managing blood sugar.

Testosterone and Men’s Healthy Aging

Eugene Zampieron, ND

In this presentation, Eugene Zampieron, ND, will present on natural approaches to andropause and low testosterone. He will define andropause, and list and summarize the physiological processes of the body's manufacture of testosterone. He will identify the underlying etiologies of the condition, commenting on mental and oxidative stress and xenobiotic toxicity. He will critically review the medical literature on the effects of various minerals, nutrients, amino acids, botanicals and other supplements on testosterone. He will also review successful cases.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Summarize the physiological processes of the body's manufacture of testosterone.
  • Review the effects of testosterone on Men's Health.
  • Review the evidence for andropause
  • Identify the underlying etiologies of andropause.
  • Discuss the medical literature on the effects of various minerals, botanicals and other supplements on testosterone.
  • Understand cases applying natural medicine to andropause.

Addiction as a Chronic Brain Disease

Valsa Madhava, MD

We will delve into the rationale behind classifying addiction as a brain disease, and explore the neurobiology of addiction and the concept of reward deficiency syndrome. Additionally, we'll touch on the impact of addiction on lifespan.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Chronic brain disease concept
  • Neurobiology of addiction
  • Reward Deficiency Syndrome
  • Arguments against brain disease concept
  • Addictions affecting longevity

Treating Addiction: An Examination of Effective Interventions

Valsa Madhava, MD

While achieving complete and permanent abstinence is an ultimate goal, it is acknowledged that addiction recovery is a complex process characterized by ups and downs. We will explore various successful approaches to treating addiction.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Standard treatment for addiction
  • Outcomes of treatment
  • Successful models of addiction treatment

Healthspan, Senescence and Longevity: Keys To Healthy Aging

Christine Salter, MD, DC

Senescence is a biological term that describes the resulting changes in an organism as it ages. It involves malfunctions in fundamental cellular processes and can lead to age-related diseases, including cancer. Studies have shown that with the onset of senescence comes the gradual deterioration of DNA repair functions, thereby leading to increased genomic instability and mutations, significantly increasing the risk of cancerous formations. Christine Salter, MD, will describe senolytic treatments that help rid the body of 'senescent' or 'zombie cells' that hasten the aging process—and as they accumulate, they become potentially dangerous by increasing inflammation and reducing metabolic activities. The safety and research on senolytic therapies is a promising new field of study in terms of understanding their capabilities when impacting cancer and the aging processes.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Review theory on senescence and cancer
  • Discuss the evidence-based effects of senescent targeted therapies based on randomized clinical trials
  • Discuss the safety of senotherapeutics.

Biological Underpinnings of Mind-Body Therapies for Medical Professionals for Mental Health and Wellness and to Prevent Burn Out

Carol Penn, DO

Carol Penn, DO, will provide a comprehensive review about the core science of mind-body medicine, including views of stress, the HPA axis, the central and autonomic nervous system, immune activity, and endocrine systems. In her presentation, she will link the topics of epigenetics, neuroplasticity, and neurogenesis in relation to mind-body medicine. She’ll help clinicians differentiate between normal/healthy “eustress” and toxic stress to help guide patients to wellness.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Explain the importance of the vagus nerve to stress and trauma research and applying mind-body medicine in the promotion of healing processes.
  • Explore the science of early life stress on adult health challenges and the role of mind-body medicine in the formation of resilience.
  • Explain the effect of pain as it applies to mind-body medicine.

Long Haulers Covid: Clinical Insights

Jennifer Pfleghaar, DO

Jennifer Pfleghaar, DO will provide a thorough discussion of the hypothesis of the etiology of Long Covid, which centers around the possibility of persistent viral infection, immune dysregulation, and post-viral inflammatory response. She’ll provide a comprehensive overview of the evidence-based approaches to Long Covid management, which include interventions such as LDN (low dose naltrexone) and nutritional support. Dr. Pfleghaar will delve into the mechanism of Long-haul Covid, providing an in-depth exploration of the long-term physiological, biochemical, and immunological changes associated with this condition. The discussion also includes a detailed review of the current research in therapies aimed at managing and treating Long haulers Covid, with a special emphasis on the research-based evidence supporting the use of LDN in Long haulers Covid, highlighting its potential to modulate the immune response, reduce inflammation, and alleviate chronic pain.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Review hypothesis of etiology of long Covid.
  • Discuss evidence-based approaches to long Covid management.
  • Understand the mechanism of action of LDN (low dose naltrexone).

Adrenergic Tone Deficiency In Depression

Jillian Stansbury, ND

In this presentation, Jill Stansbury, ND, examines the concept of melancholia and its relationship to anhedonia. She'll explain the overlap of the MOA for mood disorders and botanicals long regarded as Longevity Tonics. She will discuss how botanical treatments can be used to optimize adrenergic tone in order to improve melancholic moods while avoiding amphetamine-like effects on cognition and metabolism. Additionally, she'll explore ways of reducing oxidative stress levels within the brain, which can help with both anhedonia as well as longevity goals overall.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Explore pharmaceutical categories employed for anhedonia.
  • Review botanical options for optimizing adrenergic tone and thereby mood.
  • Explain how promotion of catecholamines improves melancholia in addition to being supportive of cognition in the elderly.
  • How optimizing metabolic function can improve anhedonia, as well as be important to longevity.
  • How to support cerebrovascular circulation, implications for anhedonia and longevity

Compounds That Support Autophagy for Treating Neurodegenerative Diseases

Michaël Freidman, ND

Cells degrade and slow down as we age, but the body can salvage cells when they have minor, fixable problems. The body can repurpose some cellular components and clear out others to regenerate healthy, active cells. This process is called autophagy, also known as cellular homeostasis, and this ability strongly dictates how fast or slow we age, as evidenced by the fact that centenarians demonstrate enhanced autophagy activity. Dr. Michael Freidman will explain the significance of autophagy and its important role in neurodegeneration. He will show how TUDCA supports autophagy through his case studies on clinical conditions such as ataxia, ALS, lupus, and dementia. Non-CME/ CE

Dr. Jillian Stansbury will follow up by sharing best practices and MOA of herbal ingredients pterostilbene and ashwagandha.

Cardiology Clinical Case Studies

Decker Weiss, NMD

Dr. Weiss will share a case study on heart failure, a condition with a 5 year survival rate for half of all patients. Dr. Weiss will share a protocol which can be used adjunctively with conventional treatments such as beta blockers, mineralocorticoids, and diuretics. His approach can help patients recover from systolic heart failure or a weakened heart and improve their quality of life.

Dr. Weiss will also explain the underlying role of oxidative stress and inflammation on the progression of coronary artery disease and present a case study profiling top ingredients used to protect vulnerable lipid particles including LDL, HDL, and phospholipids. Non-CME/CE.

Dr. Jillian Stansbury will follow up by sharing best practices and MOA of herbal ingredients punicalagins from pomegranate, convallaria, and rauwolfia extract.

Clinical Case Studies on COPD and PTSD

Michael Friedman, ND

Dr. Freidman will share a case study that concluded with a significant improvement in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease symptoms using various natural ingredients, including fisetin, a novel senolytic supplement. Non-CME/CE.

Dr. Freidman will also present a pediatric case study of ODD and PTSD using kava, rauwolfia and other herbal extracts which dramatically reduced violent outbursts and night terrors.

Dr. Jillian Stansbury will follow up by sharing best practices and MOA of herbal ingredients Kava and fisetin.

Rheumatology Clinical Case Studies

Eugene Zampieron, ND

Dr. Zampieron will share a case study on rheumatoid arthritis that was successfully treated by addressing stealth pathogens, using nature cure, supplements, and fasting.

Dr. Zampieron will also share a complex case of lupus and lupus nephritis that showed significant improvement using dietary therapy and various natural ingredients. Non-CME/CE.

Dr. Jillian Stansbury will follow up by sharing best practices and MOA of cordyceps and rosmarinic acid extract to treat rheumatology cases.

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