Professor Luc MONTAGNIER & Suzanne Mac DONNELL: The eye of the virologist and bacteriologist
Das Landhaus Guest Lodge Barbara Schleyer, and Thembie Mbatha we had the pleasure of welcoming them at our Lodge along with other remarkable french doctors as they held a conference at Das Landhaus Guest Lodge.
Professor Luc Antoine MONTAGNIER: Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2008 for his discovery of the AIDS virus. His research led him to focus on chronic cold infections related to Borrelia, Sauterelle, etc. ; And to update the work of Jacques Benveniste on high homeopathic dilutions.
With the study of the Electro-Magnetic Signals (SEM), he tackles diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and cancer
Professor Luc Montagnier is a French virologist and joint recipient with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Harald Zur Hausen of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus. Retroviruses are viruses whose genomes consist of RNA and whose genes can be incorporated into host cells’ DNA. In 1983, Luc Montaigner and Françoise Barré-Sinoussi discovered a retrovirus in patients with swollen lymph glands that attacked lymphocytes – a kind of blood cell that is very important to the body’s immune system. The retrovirus, later named Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), proved to be the cause of the immunodeficiency disease AIDS. This discovery has been crucial in radically improving treatment methods for AIDS sufferers. The Nobel Prize in Medicine, administered by the Nobel Foundation, is awarded once a year for outstanding discoveries in the fields of life sciences and medicine
Professor Denis BARRITAULT: Graduated at the University of Paris for a Ph.D. in Physics and Molecular Biology. He has been interested in the FGF and the healing of the eye of the skin; He developed a remarkable ocular healing and developed a research on the regeneration of matrix tissue
Doctor Cecile JADIN: She is the world specialist in cold chronic diseases of Belgian origin, a trained surgeon. In the antique of the south, she is devoted to general medicine, seen from this angle, as well as its international spread. She published books at the end of 2016 on medical history, fatigue and other diseases and exhibited her oil paintings in particular at the National Gallery in New York and she resides in the heart of Chartwell North she has helped so many patients from around the world suffering from Lyme and other skin infections. Germs on earth are engaged in a continuous war to subsist. It is only once they bring their battles into our bodies that we notice their existence. Moving from one landscape to the next, they must adapt or die. Over the millennia, they have perfected this art: mutating and producing new variations of themselves, sometimes going into hiding for centuries and then suddenly reappearing. During their periods of hibernation, their names are forgotten, only to be renamed once they resurface. Being unable to match the germ’s new name to any index, the dusty medical tomes are left untouched and the diagnosis and treatment need to be reinvented. Her first book A Disease Called Fatigue encountered a big success and has been published in English, French and controversially in German*. Her second book, The Medical Chameleon was released late 2016. She has also created a very informative video illustrating how intracellular organisms affect the human body: Triggering Chronic Fatigue.
Doctor Patrick GERIN: Blurred vision of infectious diseases, use of the microscope for the detection of certain germs involved in cold chronic infections
Doctor Kathleen FILLACIER: Treat blurred vision of infectious diseases. Surgeon Ophthalmologist specializes in refractive surgery. His curious mind prompted him very early to do basic university research in ophthalmology, in parallel with surgery, with two teams, one in Sophia-Antipolis (University of Nice), and the other in the United States. United. His research at the time was concerned with degenerative diseases such as glaucoma and apoptosis of retinal cells. His work concurred with the Thesis Prize of the Faculty of Medicine of Nice. She is a faithful of G.R.A.I.N. And will give us its practical light on the dryness of the eyes, very frequent and underestimated. His spiritual and artistic approach allows him to develop the artistic and colorful subject
Doctor Gerard GUILLAUME: Pulsacare practical use (2nd part) and demonstration on volunteers. Rheumatologist in Paris, sports physician, acupuncturist, doctor of the cycling team of la Française des Jeux for 18 years; He worked with Robert Roudier and Jacques Benveniste on high dilutions. In sport, it was He who introduced the Pulsacare, a modern version of cardiac coherence. That is why he will give us a demonstration about the volunteers.
Doctor Jean-Bernard MOREZ: One vision of predictive medicine and preventive under the new microbiology. A physician specializing in general medicine, he has practiced homeopathy, acupuncture, chromotherapy and auriculotherapy for 39 years. Member and speaker of G.R.A.I.N. for 15 years; He approaches these different subjects, both on the diagnostic and the therapeutic level, with a scientific mind that is both analytical and synthetic; In order to advance its practice in the service of patients
Doctor Laurent HERVIEUX: Physician, homeopath, trained in acupuncture and auriculotherapy, He has completed his knowledge on the protein profile, lymphocyte subpopulations, immunology, genomics and anti-aging medicine. Following the work of Dr. Maurice Jenaer on homeopathic immunotherapy, he approached him and developed and disseminated his practice by publishing three books on this subject.
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