February 20-22, 2020 | New York Hilton Midtown, NY

Patient-Specific Immune Repair Program: Immunopathogenesis in Ill & Good Health

Feb 23 2019
10:45 am - 12:00 pm
West Ballroom
Russell Jaffe MD, PhD, CCN

Chronic health issues precipitate from a myriad of origins. Noticeably, a common set of causes appear to be – cumulative repair deficits, oxidative damage, metabolic acidosis and above all – a burdened immune system. A tolerant immune system is essential to well-being. When preoccupied and burdened with defense, repair is deferred, resulting in inflammation that can be more aptly termed as “repair deficit”. Increased intestinal permeability occurs when repair is deferred in the microbiome. People then become hospitable to chronic autoimmune and degenerative illnesses like diabetes, thyroiditis, fibromyalgia, migraines, and other expressions of acquired self-attack. We see that this deferred repair can be due to a loss of oral tolerance which in turn can be caused by individual specific antigen burden. Exploring this immunopathogenesis hypothesis deeper, the presentation will elaborate on a patient specific immune repair program established to help restore tolerance, repair ability and to achieve sustained remissions in chronic autoimmune and immune dysfunction conditions.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to discuss innate and acquired immune system including understanding different testing methodologies.
  2. Participants will be able to determine personalized nutritional intake needs to stimulate repair of both metabolome and microbiome.
  3. Participants will be able to explain acid alkaline balance in health and disease management.
Track Name: IHS 2019
Session Date: Feb 23 2019 10:45 am – 12:00 pm
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