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International Appeal from Würzburg: EUROPEAM (In These Times 11/4/10)

Posted in Uncategorized by ce399 on 23/07/2010

“At the conference it was impressively demonstrated that these chronic diseases are based on similar pathological mechanisms. Common mechanisms are chronic inflammatory processes influenced by environmental factors including chemical pollutants, biological infectious agents, and electromagnetic field (EMF) triggers.”

The European Academy for Environmental Medicine (EUROPAEM) invited many renowned national and international scientists and health care professionals to a medical conference held in Wuerzburg, Germany from April 23 to April 25, 2010. These professionals were from the fields of environmental medicine, toxicology, immunology, neurology and genetics and other health fields as well as physicians and dentist. Also in attendance were representatives of patient initiatives. The theme of this international medical conference was Science Meets Practice. It dealt specifically with the issues of Neuron- Endocrine- Immunology and their importance in environmental medicine.

Greatly concerned, participants noted the increasing prevalence of chronic multisystem illnesses such as multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), chronic fatigue syndrome (CSF), fibromyalgia (FMS) as well as cardiovascular diseases, metabolic syndrome, neurodegenerative diseases, auto immune diseases, and cancer.

At the conference it was impressively demonstrated that these chronic diseases are based on similar pathological mechanisms. Common mechanisms are chronic inflammatory processes influenced by environmental factors including chemical pollutants, biological infectious agents, and electromagnetic field (EMF) triggers.

Chronic diseases mean long-term patients and such patients require consecutive higher medical costs. This often leads to social exclusion of the affected people. Facing the appalling reports of Europe ́s growing financial constraints, especially in public health, a further increase of chronic illnesses will accelerate the ongoing collapse of the National Health Service and medical insurance companies in Europe. Remedy is only possible with a change of priorities from today ́s unilaterally symptomatic oriented medicine to causally oriented medicine focusing on cost-effective primary prevention.

Conference participants addressed an urgent appeal to the European environment and health ministers, to the European Commission, the European parliamentarians, national governments and to the directors of social and private insurance companies. They urge them to take these findings and developments into serious consideration, stressing and weighting financial investments primarily in prevention, precaution and best early detection and diagnosis of these chronic and environmentally related illnesses.

EUROPEAN ACADEMY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE

Enrolled in the Register of Societies and Associations – Amtsgericht Würzburg VR 2055 First Chairman: Dr. Kurt E. Müller – Managing Chairman: Dr. Peter Ohnsorge Public-minded and non profit-making objects in accordance with the “Tax Privileged Objects“ of the German tax code. Banking-account: 43812841 Sparkasse Mainfranken: BLZ 790 500 00 IBAN: DE 36 7905 0000 0043 812841– SWIFT-BIC:BYLADEM1SWU

European Academy for Environmental Medicine

Juliuspromenade 54 D-97070 Würzburg Tel.: +49931/3534830 Fax: +49931/573131 e-mail: europaem@europaem.de http://www.europaem.de

Pressesprecher Press Agent

Dr.med. Hans-Peter Donate

Facharzt für Allgemein- / Umweltmedizin Obere Arndorfer Str. 12 D-93444 Bad Kötzting

All over Europe this requires the full awareness of these research findings of the practicing physicians of environmental medicine and their integration into university research and teaching. The European governments are asked to finally implement the already ratified decisions of the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health Ministers held in Budapest in 2004.

This appeal was unanimously adopted by the congress. Wuerzburg, April 25, 2010 For the board of EUROPAEM, Jean Huss, Vice-Chairman

Dr. Kurt E. Müller, Chairman Dr. Peter Ohnsorge, Managing Chairman Dr. Hans-Peter Donate, Press, Responsible

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  1. Magnus Olsson said, on 01/09/2010 at 09:11

    Public awareness of the MIND CONTROL Technologies and experiments on humans and its impact on individuals and society in Sweden.

    Public awareness of the MIND CONTROL Technologies and experiments on humans and its impact on individuals and society in Sweden.

    Information and communication society is on its way directly into our brains and the ethical debate is non-existent in Sweden and must be urgently addressed in media.We are a company(MINDTECH) that works for this and have come into contact with people who are victims of these experiments. These victims have shared stories and is living in the same geographical catchment area, therefore, Solna near KI, KTH and Kista. The stories are so horrible when as laboratory HUMANS and to test the new technology in the most macabre and perverted ways.

  2. Pamela Re said, on 20/01/2011 at 09:21

    Please send all information about chemical sensitivity, MCS and chronic fatigue syndrome.

    I am especially interested in safer living environments to help patients avoid further exposures and allow them to begin to improve. Any information about effective treatments is of great interest to me.

    I look forward to your response and ongoing updates.

    Thank you very much,
    Pamela Re


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