Welcome to our 19th BRMI e-Journal.
First, I need to share some very sad news. Our Multi-Media Director, dear friend and colleague, Heidi Sullivan passed away on January 23rd. Heidi has been the heart and soul of BRMI since its inception. She built and managed the website, created and edited all videography for the BRMI YouTube channel -- along with three tours of Baden Baden Medicine Week interviews, managed the e-journal and edited countless articles. Even though she had advanced cancer she remained positive, enthusiastic and brave. She outlived the life expectancy of advanced cancer by more than three years by choosing bioregulatory medicine treatment. Heidi was always there with encouraging words for all her friends. She was an angel in so many people’s lives and deeply touched others with her compassionate and infectious love. Heidi will be truly missed and always remembered.
In honor of Heidi, the Bioregulatory Medicine Institute has created the ‘BRMI Heidi Sullivan Writer’s Award." We will award $1000 annually to a chosen individual who submits an original article on a topic related to Biological Regulatory Medicine. Chosen articles will be featured in upcoming E-Journals.
Award General Guidelines:
Applicants must email an original, unpublished work on a topic related to Biological Regulatory Medicine. It should not exceed 2,000 typed words. This must include a cover sheet with the following information: applicant's name, address, telephone number and email address; 250-word biographical profile, including your interest in bioregulatory medicine, goals and current status, and a photograph. Submission deadline is December 1st, 2020. Applicants will be notified about the grant decisions approximately five months after the deadline date. The application cycle begins May 1st, 2020. We only accept online PDFs submitted to email@example.com.
Next, a few words about the most recent additions to our info-field at www.brmi.online. Since our last e-Journal, we've uploaded a biography on one of the most influential oncologists of the 20th century: Josef Issels, MD. Dr. Issels used non-toxic and gentle biological regulatory approaches in treating cancer and created groundbreaking immunological protocols that are still used today. Dr. Issels biography has been added to our growing library of some of the true pioneers of bioregulatory medicine.
We have also added more information to the website on Heart Rate Variability, Traditional Chinese Tongue Diagnosis, and Health and Medical Ethics.
Our featured e-journal articles in this edition are Physiology and Benefits of Intermittent Fasting and The Primo-Vascular System (PVS) and Bonghan Corpuscles and Ducts. This journal edition also features two botanical articles: Ginkgo biloba: An Ancient Tree for an Aging Society, and Agrohomeopathy, by certified homeopath Kristina White. Our advisor, Michael Gurevich, MD, has written an in-depth article on Neural Therapy. We also received a submission for Butter Beans in Mushroom Broth with Mirepoix and Herbs. Be sure not to miss the interesting video on the Primo-Vascular System which explains the meridians and validates aspects of energetic anatomy.
We are also pleased to have added Dr. David Jernigan to our Board of Advisors. Dr. Jernigan is one of the country’s top innovators of precision bioenergetic testing and treatment technologies, with his most recent innovation, INPT (Induced Native Phage Therapy) proving to be one of his most important technologies to date.
We hope you benefit from our varied resources. Comments and submissions to our e-Journal are always welcome and appreciated. We maintain an active Linkedin, YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook page and post evidence-based articles and news events daily. Feel free to interact with us via social media - or contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for your interest in bioregulatory medicine.
James Odell, ND, OMD, L.Ac.
BRMI Executive/Medical Director
As with any healthcare newsletter, the information in the BRMI e-Journal is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for the advice of a qualified healthcare professional.