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The LDN Research Trust hosted a conference November 7-8, 2014 in Las Vegas. Attendees were able to attend in person or via Live Stream. We have invited Linda back to In Short Order to hear all about the conference, the expert speakers, the exhibitors, and comments from those that were fortunate to attend.
Also, we will ask about how LDN works, what conditions it is used for, and will be taking questions via the In Short Order chat room or via telephone at 347-326-9715. If you prescribe LDN or a patient using LDN, we would like to hear from you!
Mark Shukhman MD is a psychiatrist in private practice in suburbs of Chicago. Prior to becoming an MD, his interests included alternative medicine and mathematics. Dr.Shukhman’s practice is focused on such problems as mood, anxiety, sleep, sex, appetite control, memory problems, chronic pain and addiction to opioids and alcohol. Dr.Shukhman is frequently consulted on psycho-somatic problems and psychiatric symptoms, accompanying general medical conditions. Treatment approach is based on neuropsychiatric interpretation of symptomatology and usually consists of combination of medications with vitamins, supplements and reflexotherapy. LDN is a part of psychopharmacological armamentarium for treatment of mood disorders, eating disorders and addictions.
Dr. Shukman teaches, including “doctor teaching other doctors” He was on the faculty of a board preparation course, advisory panels, multiple grand rounds etc. He served as a primary investigator for a several pharmaceutical research studies.
Dr. Younger received his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychophysiology in 2003 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He then completed postdoctoral fellowships at Arizona State University and the Stanford University School of Medicine before taking an Assistant Professor position at Stanford. In 2014, he joined the faculty at the University of Alabama Birmingham, with a primary appointment in the Department of Psychology and secondary appointments in the Departments of Anesthesiology and Rheumatology. Dr. Younger's goal is to end chronic pain and fatigue that is caused by inflammation in the brain. He is currently funded by the National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, and several non-profit agencies to developing techniques for diagnosing and treatment neuroinflammation, pain and fatigue.
Born 17th March 1945, Dublin Ireland
Medical School; UCD Dublin qualified 1968. Interned at Rochester, New York, USA.
Post Grad Posts: Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Scotland
Mill Rd, Maternity Hospital, Liverpool, England
GP Training Scheme, Liverpool, England
St. Mary’s Hospital, London, England
GP Kilmoganny, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland
Family Physician, Glendon, Alberta, Canada
Visited Dr. Bihari in New York in 2004.
Started using LDN in 2005
Married with three grown up children
Hobbies: sport, folk music and history
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Eric "The Hammer" Huenefeld joins us LIVE tonight at 8PM to preview the 49th Annual National Short Track Champioships held at the famed Rockford Speedway September 26th - 28th. We'll also talk about the season ending Crashfest event at Illiana Motor Speedway. Join Steve, Dan and Gary for a special Tuesday night show.
Dr. Khan is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine (1992). He completed his certification in Family Medicine in 1994 (also at University of Toronto). After completion of his family medicine training, he immediately joined a palliative home care team at his local hospital. This is how his focus on cancer patients began.
In 1999, Dr. Khan co-founded P.A.L.I.N., a registered charitable corporation which addressed the growing needs of cancer patients requiring at-home symptom control and enhanced quality of life.
In 2006, Dr. Khan co-founded Medicor Cancer Centres, the first integrated private cancer clinic of its kind in Canada. Since 2007, Dr. Khan gained international recognition and has been treating patients from all over the world. He is privileged to be the first doctor in the world to prescribe offlabel dichloroacetate (DCA) to treat cancer with positive results. As a result, he now has the most DCA experience of any physician in the world with over 1400 cancer patients treated as of October 2013. He is also the first in the world to demonstrate the curative potential of DCA when used as an adjuvant to chemotherapy or radiotherapy (one case published, second publication pending).
Dr. Khan is regularly publishing ground-breaking cancer papers in peer-reviewed medical journals:
“Individualizing Chemotherapy using the Anti-Diabetic Drug, Metformin, an Adjuvant: An Exploratory Study”, Bradford, S, Khan A, J Cancer Sci Ther 2013, 5.3
“Case Report of Long Term Complete Remission of Metastatic Renal Squamous Cell Carcinoma After Palliative Radiotherapy and Adjuvant Dichloroacetate”, Khan A, Advances in Cancer Research and Treatment, Vol 2012 (2012) [Epub]
“Use of Oral Dichloroacetate for Palliation of Leg Pain Arising from Metastatic Poorly Differentiated Carcinoma: A Case Report.” Khan A, J Palliat Med. 2011 Apr 12. [Epub ahead of print]
A graduate of UCSF School of Medicine, Dr. Arata completed his residency at Duke University Medical Center and fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Arata is double board certified and internationally recognized for his work in venous medicine and autonomic dysfunction. Recently the focus of his practice has been Functional Medicine. Dr. Arata has several years of experience using LDN in his practice.
Dr. Udell is a leader in the healthcare industry with over thirty years of experience. Presently, Dr. Udell is practicing behavioral pediatrics in Davie, FL where he has focused on children with developmental disabilities including ADHD and Autism.
Dr. Udell attended Temple University on a Guggenheim Scholarship and went to Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine for his MD degree. He then became a resident in Pediatrics and Chief Resident at The Wilmington Medical Center in Delaware and the Dupont Institute. He spent two years as a Fellow in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. His main focus throughout the earliest years of his training was on brain hemorrhage and subsequent neuro-development, plus the use of computers to assess newborn nutrition (including some of the earliest publications about that topic).
His first practice was in New Orleans, LA, and Dr. Udell moved from there to became a partner at the neonatal practice in Fort Lauderdale, FL, which eventually became Pediatrix Medical Group (now Mednax). Dr. Udell was the Medical Director of Broward General Medical Center’s newly built Newborn Intensive Care Unit, one of the largest and busiest of its kind in the US. He then became the Medical Director of Pediatrix Medical Group, supervising hundreds of physicians from all around the country.
From 2002 until 2008, he was a partner at Best Practices Medical Partners, LLC and principle in the medical malpractice insurance company Applied Medico-Legal Solutions RRG. There, Dr. Udell spearheaded the drive to help physicians get better medical malpractice coverage by evaluating and implementing best practices by using computer algorhythms to assess medical outcomes.
All three books of the Transformation Trilogy by author David Moyer are now available. These include Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain, 10 Ways to Keep your Brain from Screaming “Ouch!” and Beyond Mental Illness. Moyer has provided clinical social work services and consultation at the federal, state and county levels.
Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain, published in 2003, is a medical memoir/detective story. In the course of a four-generation bipolar odyssey involving his great aunt, his grandmother, his father and his son, he learns that bipolar disorder can result from nutritional imbalances as well as infections. He discusses effective treatment methods that relieve symptoms in some patients. He begins to question the usefulness of the bipolar disorder diagnosis, then the entire range of mental disorders.
Moyer’s new book, 10 Ways to Keep your Brain from Screaming “Ouch!” contains useful perspectives and interventions frequently overlooked in mainstream psychiatry. Moyer invites clients and their healthcare providers to consider these innovative solutions.
In Beyond Mental Illness, Moyer examines the scientific evidence supporting the need to move beyond the labels of “mental disorders” toward individualized biomedical assessment and treatment. It is written for professionals, family members and clients interested in better understanding multiple factors that play a role in these syndromes. Moyer predicts that in the future, mental disorders will to be redefined as syndromes. Clinicians will treat the biological bases of these syndromes. Portions of the book are technical. As the book’s subtitle reads, “Transform a label. Transform a life.”
Paul Battle PA-C obtained his bachelor of science degree in Physiology from the University of California Davis. He completed his Physician Assistant training at Emory University School of Medicine in 1981. He has practiced for over 30 years in 10 different specialties around the United States. He currently works in a neurosurgical practice implanting spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulators in Denver Colorado. Additionally he has a wellness practice in Golden, Colorado.
He was introduced to low dose naltrexone in 2007 reading Dr. Jill Smith’s article about naltrexone and Crohn’s disease. Unfortunately his 10-year-old son was diagnosed with severe Crohn’s disease. In 2007 his son had an acute exacerbation where naltrexone saved his life. Since that time Paul’s mission has been to educate many people about low dose naltrexone.
PA Battle has lectured at several international medical conferences about the use of low dose naltrexone in autoimmune disease and cancer. He uses it for several different applications in his practices.
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