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Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki

Speech by Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki


Presentation slides by Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki

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Dr. Matthias Rath

Speech by Dr. Matthias Rath


Presentation slides by Dr. Matthias Rath

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Dr. M.W.Roomi

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Dr. Anna Goc

Speech by Dr. Anna Goc



Presentation slides by Dr. Anna Goc

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John Cha

Presentation slides by John Cha

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Final Words

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Support the Maastricht Manifesto

I, the undersigned, hereby add my name in support of the Maastricht Manifesto and its Call to End Heart Disease.

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Lyme Disease (Borrelia)

Lyme disease (LD), also called Borreliosis or Lyme borreliosis, is a zoonosis, i.e., a bacterial infection transmitted by ticks. It was first recognized in 1975 in Old Lyme, Connecticut, USA, however, reports of it can be found in medical literature in Europe as early as 1883.

Statistics confirm that LD has become the most common arthropod-borne (vector-borne) illness in the U.S. (~30,000 reported cases each year) and Europe (~65-80,000 cases reported each year). Its occurrence has been documented on all continents except Antarctica.

Causes

LD is caused by the bacterium of genus Borrelia that is harbored in ticks. In 1981 Willy Burgdorfer established that a particular species Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato, a type of bacterium called a spirochete (pronounced spy-ro-keet) is responsible for LD. Borrelia can be found frequently in small and large mammals, birds and reptiles on which many ticks feed and mate making them prone to become infected with the bacterial spirochete. An infected tick may then transmit these bacteria to another host such as humans and/or animals by biting them. Some studies have shown that in order to transmit the spirochete an infected tick (also known as the black-legged tick) needs to be attached to the host for 36-48 hours, however, other studies show that attachment of 24-48 hours can be already sufficient. The ticks that spread LD can sometimes co-transmit other tick-borne pathogens such as: Ehrlychia sp., Babesia sp., Bartonella sp. and others.

Natural approach

In a continuous search for effective therapy for LD patients and animals, the use of natural, non-toxic treatment still remains an unexplored area. The Cellular Health approach and research strategies are based on simultaneously targeting the genesis of LD (i.e., by eliminating all diverse forms of Borrelia sp.) as well as the symptoms affiliated with it (i.e., inflammation and abnormal levels of body biomarkers, electrolytes, vitamins, microelements, hormones, etc.) through the application of a specific synergistic team of micronutrients (phytobiologicals such as vitamins, nutrients, and phytochemicals). It opens up new possibilities for safe and effective control of LD and bringing hope for millions of LD patients.

More Information

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Or visit the website of the Dr. Rath Research Institute.

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Welcome to the Maastricht Symposium for Everyone!

The upcoming symposium is about health, about Your health. The information provided will be interesting for doctors, scientists, students and, at the same time, for anyone interested in health. Moreover, it will be presented in a way understandable to everyone.

In short, health and disease are determined at the level of millions of cells. In order for these cells to function properly, they need vitamins, minerals and other micronutrients. A long term deficiencies of these micronutrients in our food is the most frequent form of cellular malfunction and disease. If you want to know more about this rapidly growing field of medicine, please click on the Cellular Medicine tab.

Do you know …

  • Why animals don’t get hearty attacks, but we people do?
  • Why we get infarctions of the heart, but not of the nose or ears?
  • That cancer cells use the same mechanisms to migrate and metastasize than certain healthy cells – only under uncontrolled conditions?
  • That there a natural ways to block the migration of these cancer cells?
  • That there are natural means that help control the Borreliosis bacterium, the cause of Lyme disease?
  • That there is a multi-billion Euro industry that does not want you to know the answers to any of these questions?

If you want to form your own opinion in relation to health – come to the MECC on Wednesday evening!

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Welcome to the Information for Scientists and Students

We appreciate your interest in Cellular Medicine research and the upcoming ‘Symposium on Cellular Medicine’ in Maastricht.

If you are interested to get more information about the characteristics of this rapidly growing field of medicine and health, please click on the Cellular Medicine tab.

The research results that will be presented at the upcoming ‘Symposium on Cellular Medicine’ in Maastricht come directly from the ‘Dr. Rath Research Institute for Cellular Medicine’ in California. This is the research institution that has been pioneering this new field of health care and medicine over the past two decades.

The speakers at the Symposium are all scientists who will provide you with first-hand scientific information that you will not be able to obtain from anywhere else at this time. As you can see from the program, the main topics deal with cardiovascular disease, cancer and Lyme disease.

The Symposium will also provide you with the opportunity to

  • Meet other scientists and students of life sciences who are interested in science-based natural health approaches;
  • Get background information and ask questions to the scientists who conducted this research at a special ‘science workshop’, which will take place on Saturday, April 25, at 14:00 in the MECC.

If you are …

  • a scientist who is working on certain aspects of biological processes related to cardiovascular disease, cancer or certain infectious diseases then you should benefit from participating in this Symposium; you’ll get new insights in cellular mechanisms as well as into effective regulatory processes in relation to these important health problems;
  • a student of life sciences who is eager to build his/her career on a modern understanding of the cellular processes, you will benefit from provocative new insights in the development and control of heart disease, cancer and infectious diseases;
  • a student or scientist who is interested in science-based biological efficacy – rather than in serving conventional dogmas – this Symposium is the place to be; you’ll be surprised by the breath-taking scientific advances you will hear about first-hand.

If, on the other hand,

  • you are content with the existing scientific rationales for cardiovascular disease, cancer and other diseases provided to you by the Status Quo,

    if you think it is merely a coincidence that these diseases continue in epidemic proportions – a clear sign that their real origin has not been understood –

    you should NOT bother to come to this Symposium.