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ACIM Conference, Orlando, Florida
November 2, 2017 @ 8:00 am - November 4, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Dr. Jonathan Wright will speak at the ACIM Conference:
“Conquering Chronic Diseases Conference”, November 2-4, 2017, Orlando, Florida
Dr. Wright will speak on “NEURONAL REGENERATION: HCG Stimulates Transected Spinal Cord Repair; Nutrients and other Substances which Stimulate Neuronal Regeneration and New Brain Cell Formation; Oxytocin and Peripheral Nerve Regeneration”
- Gain familiarity with forgotten research and application of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) for neurological repair in animals and humans
- Explore via research review natural substances including nutrients, botanicals, hormones, and attenuation of the TGF-b pathway that have been found to protect neurons, stimulate new neuron formation, and promote neuronal regeneration. Inhibition of neuronal proliferation by excess as well as deficiencies of nutrients and other natural substances is discussed.
- Gain awareness of potential new therapies and promising new research for prevention of cognitive decline, cognitive enhancement and neuronal regeneration.
This presentation reviews historical research with Human Chorionic Hormone Gonadotropin (HCG) for neuronal regeneration including repair of transected spinal cord (animal study), dosage used to partially reverse paraplegia (human cases). Next follows review of natural substances found to have preventative and reparative effect on brain cells resulting in neuronal regeneration such as lithium, taurine, centella asiatica, retinoic acid and others. Neural stem cell proliferation by natural agents and repair of the adult central nervous system (rat study) by folate and other natural means are explored. Specific hormones and their effects are discussed as well as lipids and attenuation of TGF-B pathway. Situations where over-stimulation can behave with inhibitory action are also addressed in the lecture. Supporting research is provided throughout the lecture.
To register, visit ACIM’s website.