Regents University, Regents Park, London
ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2017
We hope to see you this year at Regent’s University, Inner Circle, Regents Park, London NW1 4NS
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SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER 2017
Our key speakers for this 2017 event will be:-
‘Vaccines: A Different Approach’
Richard is concerned about the increasing number of vaccines given to babies, especially when these are for diseases that are either uncommon or rarely serious. Working as a GP in London for 20 years he offered his NHS patients mercury-free vaccines before these were available through the NHS and has offered parents a choice between the MMR and single vaccines for many years.
He is medical director of BabyJabs which he founded in response to parents concerns about vaccine safety. He has written ‘Vaccines: A Parents’ Guide’ published in 2013.
Dr Sue De Lacy, MBBS MRCGP MFHom AFMCP UK
‘Overcoming Obstacles To Cure’
After qualifying in medicine from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1988, Sue worked as a GP in Kent and South Manchester for 15 years. She undertook training in homeopathy while working as a National Health Service GP obtaining her membership of The Faculty of Homeopaths in 2007. She now works full time as a homeopathic doctor in Manchester and is incorporating the principles of Functional Medicine in her practice after attending ‘Applying Functional Medicine Clinical Practice UK’ in 2015 and is studying towards full FM qualification.
‘A Statin Nation’ – How we have reached the point of treating 14 million people with statins.
Malcolm works as a GP in Cheshire and has a long term interest in cardiovascular disease. He has had articles published in ‘Medical Hypothesis’ the ‘BMJ’ and ‘PharmacoEconomics’. He graduated from medical school in Aberdeen and then trained in general practice and is the author of the best selling book, ‘The Great Cholesterol Con’, which has been translated into several languages. His recently published book, ‘Doctoring Data’, looks at how data are manipulated and distorted before being presented to the medical profession and public.
Registration and refreshments from 10:00 a.m. Conference ends at 5:30 p.m. approximately.