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Drugs and Vaccines vs. Advanced Healthcare: You Decide

From - December 15, 2009

Tedd Koren, DC [USA] [Host: Mayer Eisenstein, MD, JD, MPH]

Tedd Koren, DC will present on suppressive vs. expressive systems of healthcare. The use of drugs to suppress acute illness provides temporary relief. Though the effects of drugs can be dramatic, they are causative of lifelong chronic illness. Dr. Koren will convey research on drugs and vaccines from medical journals in a presentation framed around the historical context on such ailments as influenza.

Dr. Koren is co-founder of Foundation for Health Choice, Founder of Pennsylvania College of Straight Chiropractic, has served as faculty of Life University - School of Chiropractic (Marietta, GA), Shiokawa School of Chiropratic (Tokya, Japan), Palmer University - College of Chiropractic (Davenport, IA), consultant to NeuroSkeletal Institute (Philadelphia, PA), radio talk show host, writer and publisher. Dr. Koren has served on editorial boards including Chiropractic Pediatrics, authored myriad papers including Crib Death or Vaccine Death (Today's Chiropractic), Autism and Vaccinations (Today's Chiropractic), Confused About Vaccination: Don't Read JMPT (Dynamic Chiropractic), Autism, Encephalitis and Vaccination (The Chiropractic Journal), Resources for Vaccine Information (The Chiropractic Journal), and books including Childhood Vaccination: Questions All Parents Should Ask. Dr. Koren conducts endless continuing education and other presentations worldwide and is member of innumerable professional organizations. Dr. Koren received his Doctor of Chiropractic in 1977 from Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, graduating magna cum laude and class valedictorian. Dr. Koren is also founder of Koren Publications and developer of Koren Specific Technique (KST) healthcare protocol being taught around the world.

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