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Announcing the Detox Evolution

San Diego Conference to Address Myriad Environmental Health Topics 

LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. -Experienced integrative medicine providers and physicians who are new to the field will convene in San Diego from April 29 - May 3, 2009 for an education summit addressing environmental health. "The Detox Evolution" features new strategies for managing toxicity, detoxification and the latest integrative medicine treatment options for addressing patients with environmental toxicity.

Several workshops for physicians interested in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) are scheduled. Advanced detoxification strategies / metal toxicology as well as a two-day workshop exploring the use of various nutritional-level testing labs will take place on April 29 and April 30, 2009.ACAM is also offering an energy medicine workshop on April 30,
2009.Information about these workshops is found at

"We encourage all physicians, whether brand-new to integrative medicine or long-time practitioners, to join us for a weekend of education, insight and innovation," said Jeanne Drisko, MD, president of ACAM.

A lively and dynamic solutions center will take stage on May 1 and 2 during the summit. Integrative labs, nutraceutical companies, and other top-names in the industry will be on-site to provide answers, solutions and information about products and services that complement environmental health as well as other integrative medicine treatment practices.Access to the solutions center is free.

Contact ACAM for a day-pass or register for one on-site at

The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) is a not-for-profit association dedicated to educating physicians and other health care professionals on the latest findings and emerging procedures in complementary, alternative and integrative (CAIM) medicine. ACAM is the voice of integrative medicine; our goals are to improve physician skills, knowledge and diagnostic procedures as they relate to complementary and alternative medicine; to support
integrative medicine research; and to develop awareness of alternative methods of medical treatment. ACAM enables members of the public to connect with physicians who take an integrative approach to patient care and empowers people with information about integrative medicine treatment options.

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 needs of the integrative medicine industry.

American College for Advancement in Medicine
Drew McGray
Corporate Communications