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    Symposium on Man and His Environment

    23rd Annual International Symposium on Man and His Environment in Health and Disease

    Special Focus
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    The Autonomic Nervous System and Its Relationship to Environmental Pollutants Including the Cardiovascular System and Electromagnetic Sensitivity, June 9-12 2005

    This event is sponsored by the American Environmental Health Foundation and the University of North Texas Health Science Center American Environmental Health Foundation
    8345 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 225 • Dallas, Texas 75231-4262

    Symposium Purpose:

    Since 1981, the International Symposium has been recognized as one of the most advanced medical forums in the world addressing the research and treatment of environmental effects on health and disease. The 2005 conference will focus on The Autonomic Nervous System and Its
    Relationship to Environmental Pollutants Including the Cardiovascular System and Electromagnetic Sensitivity. This Conference presents the most current information available while providing guidelines to identify, diagnose, treat and to prevent environmentally triggered responses in the body.Some of the presentations being made:

    Doug Seba, Ph.D.,
    Independent Marine Scientist, Alexandria, VA
    Title: “Environmental Update 2005: Chemicals, Nerves and
    Electromagnetism”

    Professor Cyril Smith, Ph.D.,
    Retired from Salford University, Eccles,
    Manchester, U.K.
    Titles: “Electromagnetic Sensitivity and the ANS” and
    “ANS Involvement
    in Chemical and Electromagnetic Sensitivities”

    Kou Sakabe, M.D.,
    Clinical Ecologist, Environmental Toxicologist,
    Environmental Medical Center, Setagaya,
    Tokyo, Japan
    Title: “Effect of EMF on Male Reproductive Organs”

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