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Keystone Reflections


From Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO, 2013 Speaker Selection Committee Chair

Getting High in Colorado


From Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO, 2013 Speaker Selection Committee Chair

Blocking Galectin-3 in Arthritis and Joint Pain


Don't miss Dr. Issac Eliaz, MD, LAc, MS, lead a Vendor Workshop, Friday, July 12, from 11:15am to 12:00pm, in Keystone, Colorado. Visit www.naturopathic.org/conference.asp to register.

AANP Conference Update: A Party in CO, Nature Walks, & Breast Cancer Intensive


From Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO, 2013 Speaker Selection Committee Chair


Coloradan Shifts & Extremes

From Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO, 2013 Speaker Selection Committee Chair

Galectin-3 & the Evolution of Prostate Care: Beyond the PSA Test


Don't miss Dr. Issac Eliaz, MD, LAc, MS, lead a Vendor Workshop, Friday, July 12, from 11:15am to 12:00pm, in Keystone, Colorado. Visit www.naturopathic.org/conference.asp to register.



AANP OncANP Preconference

From Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO, 2013 Speaker Selection Committee Chair - I wear so many different hats that some days I need to look in a mirror to sort out which particular one I have on. Am I wearing my OncANP board president hat, my AANP conference planning hat, my NMJ editorial hat, or any of the others that I kind of lose track of?

Mitigating the harmful effects of Galectin-3 with Modified Citrus Pectin


The AANP Conference Planning Team would like to introduce Issac Eliaz, MD, LAc, MS, as a guest blogger for the 2013 Annual Conference Blog. He will be leading a Vendor Workshop, Friday, July 12, from 11:15am to 12:00pm, in Keystone, Colorado.



Reflections from a Speaker Selection Committee Member


Dr. Jaclyn Chasse, AANP Board and Speaker Selection Committee Member, shares why the Keystone will be an experience unlike any you can have in Phoenix, Seattle, or Portland and why she is ready for July.

An Apology


Dr. Jacob Schor, Speaker Selection Committee Chair, has been reading abstracts for weeks. There were about 130 submissions and about 20 will be selected. The optimist in him is thrilled by the number and quality of the abstract; the curmudgeon is letting out a big sigh, wondering when it will all be over. . .