Aruba hosted the Inaugural International Conference of Ozone Without Borders, held at Xavier University Medical School. April 6-8, 2018 with 18 hours of CE. It was an educational and inspirational gathering of Medical Doctors, Dentist, Chiropractors, PHD researchers, Veterinarians and other professionals coming together to share and learn from each other many of the treatment ideas associated with Ozone therapy and photonic medicine.
Doctors from Canada, USA, South and Central America, Europe, Slovakia, Asia, Africa, Australia, Middle East as well as the students from the Xavier University Medical School., which is international, were in attendance.
Having the format of ONE MEDICINE ONE HEALTH brought doctors and students together in a way that they can exchange and learn. This group wants to bring together all the ways of using ozone therapy for medical and healthcare. They want to allow their member to freely learn from each other to further the success of the oxidative and photonic modalities. As we can share and learn more, there will be more opportunities to improve the health and wellbeing of our patients.
Globally, the infectious disease and resistance of our antibiotics has revealed that Ozone and Photonic treatments may be needed to help patients suffering from Viruses like Zika, Influenza, Dengue, Chimichanga and Lyme with co -infections. Convention medicine does not have much supportive and treatment options with these issues.
The amazing 5th generation of Standard Poodles are now 7 weeks old! Born Feb 2,2018, they love playing outside and are getting cuter and smarter every day. It’s a lot of work to manage 8 puppies, but by keeping them with their mom until they are 12 weeks they are benefiting from her micro-biome and building a strong immune system naturally.
Our goal is to have these puppies raised as holistic as possible to increase their chances of a long and healthy life. Additionally, these puppies will be the next generation micro-biome donors to help more animals.
Currently, we are taking names for people wanting to purchase these pups and raise them holistically.
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Vienna Honey Touch of Life had her puppies on February 2, 2018, 2 days before the Super Bowl. She did a super job and we named the boys after Edelman, Gronk, Brady and Amendola. Edelman came out first and trying to nurse even before he finished being delivered. He was little, agile, and very determined. Next was a huge breach boy who gave his mom a lot labor pains, and we called him Gronk as “he was protecting his head due to his concussion. “Then as smooth as silk, came out the next boy in a perfect delivery, and that was Brady. The girls came next and are so beautiful, but they are not yet named. The final puppy was a brown boy, we named him Amendola.
January 11, 2018, I had an opportunity to meet Dr. Andrew Wakefield and watch the documentary done on him called “The Pathological Optimist” shown in conjunction with Health Choices Massachusetts. The film had a question and answer event with Dr. Wakefield and other prominent activists with Health Choice. This is a follow-up movie for VAXXED, which showed a whistle blower from CDC in Atlanta confessing how vaccines have damaged children. It is worth watching!
The event held in Framingham was sold out. Many of those who attended have children who have been damaged by vaccines, resulting in some level of autism. Listening to their stories about the radical change in their children’s health after being vaccinated by the MMR vaccine is truly an impressionable tragedy.
The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA) Conference was held in San Diego from October 20, 2017 through October 24,2017. The conference was held at the Town and Country Conference Center and was one of the largest attended for the organization. The event included over 150 exhibitors and 4 separate lecture tracks. As always, there was not enough time to see and learn it all.
In November 2017, the Ozone Therapies Group held the International Ozone Conference in Santa Barbara. Backed by academic research, clinical application, and cases of Ozone therapy, the sold-out event brought together diverse Medical professionals including MD, DO, DC, DDS, and DVM in a “One Medicine Format”.
It is very exciting to see that medical ozone has become part of veterinary medicine. There are now three United States organizations that help promote veterinary medical ozone and representatives from all continents. Brazil has over 800 veterinarians using ozone and have established their own organization, the Brazilian Institute of Ozone and Its Applications (IBO3A). Japan has over 300 veterinarians administering ozone therapy and have their own organization as well.