Resources and Support for Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Environmental Illness, and Chemical Injuries in Canada

Sherry R. Rogers, M.D.

A Case Study - Ecologic Control Of The Pain Mechanism Abstract 1987 Annual International Symposium

A New Approach To Environmental Illness Treatment Failures Abstract 1989 Annual International Symposium

A Unique Method to Accelerate Xenobiotic Detoxication Abstract 1994 Annual International Symposium

Calcium D-Glucarate: The Newest in Breast Cancer By Sherry A. Rogers, M.D. Let's Live Magazine, August 1998 pg. 40. NOTE: A (fee) membership is required to view this article in Lets Live Magazine.

How to Reverse an Abnormal Pap By Sherry A. Rogers, M.D. Lets Live Magazine. NOTE: A (fee) membership is required to view this article in Lets Live Magazine.

Improvement in Untreatable Cases with the Macrobiotic Diet, Nutrient and Hormone Corrections Abstract 1992 Annual International Symposium

Is It Chemical Sensitivity or Magnesium Deficiency? Abstract 1990 Annual International Symposium

Molecular Basis for Diet and Lifestyle Changes in Healing Recalcitrant Cardiovascular and Neurologic Diseases Abstract 1996 Annual International Symposium

Overcoming the Carcinogenic Effects of Xenoestrogens and Even Reversing End-Stage Cancers Abstract 1998 Annual International Symposium

Rheumatoid Arthritis Responding To Ecologic Management Abstract 1985 Annual International Symposium

Statistical Study of the Reduction in Chemical Sensitivity with a Modified Macrobiotic Diet Abstract 1991 Annual International Symposium

Stop Breast Cancer in Its Tracks Article Source: Townsend Letter for Doctor's and Patients

Techniques To Promote Survival And Speed Healing Abstract 1995 Annual International Symposium

The Scientific Basis Behind Reversing End-Stage Metastatic Cancer Abstract 1999 Annual International Symposium

The Causes and Cures of Breast Cancer Abstract 1997 Annual International Symposium

The Right Diet Improves Cancer Survival by Sherry A Rogers, MD

Zinc Deficiency As A Model For The Spreading Phenomenon Abstract 1988 Annual International Symposium

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