2017 Conference Highlights

This is the tenth international medical conference supported by the foundation of Simon M. Yu, MD. The conference is a extended collaboration of medical professionals of the 2015 Conference: Curing the Incurables.

Dr. Yu has organized the professionals from various medical modalities to address the parasite, fungal, dental conundrum. Review the presenter file on the Homepage of this
website to see professionals with expertise in parasites, fungal aspects of disease and the tooth/body connection.


Simon M. Yu, MD

“Think differently! We must correct the underlying problems that cause our illnesses. Only by doing so, will our bodies correct themselves and return to optimal health.” Dr. Yu’s recently published book called Accidental Cure: Extraordinary Medicine for Extraordinary Patients contains a detailed account of his discoveries in the United States and Europe.

The link between chronic illness and “generally poor health” is anchored in the toxins that infiltrate one’s environment, body, and diet.

This conference focuses on the parasite, fungal, body conundrum. For more go to: http://www.preventionandhealing.com


Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD

Dr. Klinghardt is Founder of the Klinghardt Academy (USA), American Academy of Neural Therapy, Medical Director of the Institute of Neurobiology, and lead clinician at the Sophia Health Institute, located in Woodinville, Washington. He is also Founder and Chairman of the Institute for Neurobiology (Germany) and (Switzerland). Klinghardt Academy (USA) provides teachings to the English speaking world on biological interventions and Autonomic Response Testing assessment techniques.

In recognition of his work, Klinghardt received the Physician of the Year award from the Global Foundation of Integrative Medicine in May 2007, the 2011 Physician of the Year Award for the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine.

For more information go to: http://www.klinghardtacademy.com/biodata/dr-dietrich-klinghardt.html


Michael C. Rehme, DDS, NMD

As dentistry continues to service our patients into the 21st century, we must remember that the mechanical benefits of restoring the mouth go hand in hand with the biological effects that these procedures may cause to the rest of the body. In other words, the tooth/body connection must be considered when treating our patients. We must use dental materials that lend themselves to wellness. We must evaluate treatments such as root canals and implants and recognize how these procedures may compromise our biological health and well being.

For more go to: http://toothbody.com