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Media Professionals Offered Complimentary Registration to ACAM Conference September 15, 2007

Posted by Dreamhealer in Alternatives.

Laguna Hills, CA, September 15, 2007 –(PR.com)– The American College for Advancement in Medicine ( ACAM) is pleased to offer media professionals wishing to cover the topic of alternative medicine complimentary access to its semiannual convention taking place this Nov 14-18 at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa in Phoenix, AZ. Over 400 physicians will gather to learn the latest trends in alternative, complementary and integrative medicine. Topics to be covered include Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, chelation therapy, and homeopathic detoxification. Other cutting-edge treatment modalities will be presented as alternatives to conventional, allopathic medicine.

“More than ever, consumers are seeking alternatives to conventional healthcare, our organization provides physicians with the education needed to implement alternative medicine into their practice” said Sharon Urch, CEO of ACAM.

Media professionals with an interest in alternative medicine are welcome to attend lectures, browse exhibits, and take part in the networking activities of the conference. To secure a media pass, please contact Drew McGray, Communications Manager for ACAM at (949) 309-3525.

The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) is a not-for-profit medical society dedicated to educating physicians and other health care professionals on the latest findings and emerging procedures in preventive/nutritional medicine. ACAM’s goals are to improve skills, knowledge and diagnostic procedures as they relate to complementary and alternative medicine; to support research; and to develop awareness of alternative methods of medical treatment.

Celebrating more than a quarter century of service, ACAM represents more than 1,000 physicians in 30 countries. ACAM is the largest and oldest organization of its kind in the world dedicated exclusively to serving the educational needs of the health professions.


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