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Speakers and Presentations at 
The 10th International Congress of the IABC
Professor Paulo Farber, M.D., President
 Venue: The Hutchinson Island Marriott, Stuart, FL, USA
Dates: NOVEMBER 6 - 8, 2008
This Congress of the IABC is dedicated to the memory of
Professor Björn E.W. Nordenström, M.D.
IABC Founder and First President
who passed away December 31, 2006.
Viewers are invited to become familiar with the pioneering medical accomplishments of Professor Nordenstrom by clicking on the links below:

Nordenstrom’s Credentials .. Book reviews etc.



Nordenstrom … lung cancer at Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm



The Electric Man … Nordenstrom




        The International Association for  Biologically Closed Electric Circuits in Biomedicine In Cooperation with the IABC Foundation for North America Inc. Presents:

Thursday Morning, November 6, 2008

9:00 - 10:00   Professor Paulo Farber, M.D. Topic: "Blood Electrostatics and Zeta Potential in Health and Disease"
The application of principles of zeta potential, an aspect of colloidal chemistry, may result in revolutionary medical progress both in the prevention and treatment of many diseases and/or disorders. Professor Farber is IABC Vice President for Latin America and 
Collaborating Professor, Postgradute Program, Plastic Surgery Department, Federal University of Sao Paulo Medical School.  
 10 - 11:00: Professor Frank Hartman M.S., Topic: “Evidence for colloidal response as biological terrain underlying ECT, Simmoncini’s cancer therapy and electro magnetic field therapy.”
Professor Hartman serves as Director of Biomagnetic Integration for the IABC Foundation for North America, Inc. 
For more than a decade Hartman has been combing the medical archives of major universities seeking research results from the early thirties that were made “obsolete” with the advent of penicillin and other “wonder drugs” that became available in the 1940’s. Today as the pharmaceutical industry is slowly losing medical adherents, we are entering the age of electrotherapy.   Hartman is clearly one of the most important leaders of this vital and overdue movement.
In cooperation with a group of international researchers in Brazil and elsewhere, Professor Hartman is helping develop numerous projects ranging from improving quality of the municipal water supply to killing the dreaded MRSA bug. Other research projects include the prevention of scarring resulting from plastic surgery, removing kidney stones painlessly and quickly, and killing deadly bacteria infecting our fruit and vegetables. His first series of lectures in Sao Paulo was enthusiastically received. A similar reception is anticipated at this event.
Thursday, Afternoon / Evening     
 1:00 to 2:00     Keynote Address by Professor George O’Clock, Ph.D.                      IABC President Emeritus.  
In the years ahead, electrotherapy will become appreciated as an efficacious and less expensive therapy for a variety of health problems.   An Introduction to “Biologically Closed Electric Circuits” (BCEC) in Biomedicine; and the Pioneering Medical Discoveries of the late Professor Björn E. W. Nordenström, M.D.; Ph.D. Nordenström was former chairman of the Nobel Assembly in Medicine, Director of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Karolinska Hospital, Sweden and prolific inventor of more than 100 medical devices.   This symposium is dedicated to his memory.                                                      
2:15 to 3:15    Professor A.R. Liboff, Ph.D.    "Noninvasive Electromagnetic Medicine:" ...  A new paradigm that replaces pharmaceuticals with weak low-frequency fields.
3:30 to 4:30   Professor George O’Clock   “Modern Miracles of Electrotherapy”  An overview of remarkable new treatments for cancer, macular degeneration, Parkinson's Disease, etc. 
4:45 to 5:45   Dr. Li Jing-Hong (China); "Electrochemical Therapy (EchT) for CANCER: The Chinese Experience” 
EChT is a treatment for cancer that may be used in place of surgery, chemo, and radiation therapy. Platinum electrodes are inserted into a tumor followed by a mild electric current. Small tumors are reduced in size or killed in one treatment. Larger tumors may need additional treatments.   Echt is minimally invasive, easy to administer and has no serious side effects.  It is especially useful with patients who are aged or very ill. ECHT is 97% successful in treating hemangioma. Thousands of Chinese cancer patients treated with EchT experience success rates greater than comparable cases in western medicine.
7:00 to 8:00 Dr. Richard Powers “Clinical Experiences with electrotherapeutic devices” and other approaches that promote health and healing. 
8:15 to 9:15   Professor Paulo Farber, M.D., Ph.D., (Brazil)   “Treating the Cause and Not the Symptoms.” Symptoms are treated with drugs and surgery. How does one identify and treat the causes of disease? If the cause can be determined, is it possible to prevent the disease?
Friday Morning, November 8, 2008  
9:00 - 10:00 Professor A. R. Liboff, Ph.D.   “Influence of Earth’s Geomagnetic Field (GMF) on Human’s Physiological State” Professor Liboff is a prominent physicist who has earned international recognition for originating the concept of Ion Cyclotron Resonance (ICR) and numerous contributions to medical progress. Among his recent accomplishments are:
* Editor, “Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine,” 
* Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics, Oakland University, 
   Rochester, MI, USA
* Research Professor, Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
   Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL 
10 - 11:00; Professor Andras Szasz, Ph.D.  Biotechnics Department, Faculty Engineering, St Istvan University, Gödöllő, Hungary   "Technical Aspects of ‘Oncothermia,’ An Efficacious Complementary Tumor Therapy.” 
Oncothermia was developed twenty years ago by Professor Szasz at the Science University of Budapest, Hungary. Today his firm, Oncotherm GMBH, has the largest number of hyperthermia oncological devices installed in Europe, and more than 100,00 treatments have been administered annually to cancer patients. 
Friday Afternoon / Evening   
1:00 to 2:00      Professor George D. O’Clock     "Electrotherapeutic and Magnetotherapeutic Devices: Primary Motivators, Device/Protocol Design Drivers and Business/Investment Issues."
2:15 to 2;45    Dr. Jerry True   “Pain Management with Laser Therapy” Laser therapy is easily administered, non-invasive, has no serious side effects, and treats excruciating chronic pain with efficacy not seen in other pain reduction therapies.   
3;30 to 4:30   Joan Collins, RN; N.D. Candidate. “Eating your way into a Coffin” Explains why Sugar is Cancer’s Best Friend and offers other vitally important dietary advice. 
4:45 to 5:45 Dr. Ralph Wilson   “Integrative Medicine Explained” Allopathic Medicine, more commonly referred to as Mainstream Medicine, can greatly benefit from integrating with an array of relatively unfamiliar medical alternatives that have already gained FDA acceptance.   What are these alternatives anyway, and how well do they perform? http://www.naturalworldhealing.com/nordenstrom-electrical.htm
7:00 to 8:00     Carl F. Firley, “Effects of pico Tesla Magnetic Stimulation in treating Parkinson’s Disease and other neurological disorders.” Mr. Firley has been working with professor Anninos since 2001 as International Patient Coordinator. He will substitute for Professor Photios A. Anninos, director of the Laboratory of Medical Physics, University Hospital, Democritus University of Thrace, Alexandroupolis, Greece.
 8:15 to 9:15  Frank Hartman   “Hospital Based Infections and Food Pathogens.”    Understanding the Cause and reasons for the increase in hospital and food based infections 
Saturday Morning, November 8, 2008
9 a.m. - 10:00   C. K. Chou Ph.D.   “Development of Electrochemical Therapy at City of Hope” 
Former Director of a Five Year Research Program on Electrochemical Therapy for Cancer; conducted at City of Hope National Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA. Results demonstrated success. Research was not continued.
10:00 - 11:00  Dr.Andrew Moulden M.D.,PH.D., "Scientific Evidence and Case Studies of Vaccination Toxicity and Remediation.” www.BrainGuardMD.com  
Dr Moulden has a wide and varied professional background in Clinical-Experimental Neuropsychology with Specialization in Neuroscience, and neurophysiology.; Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Electrophysiology (Event Related Potentials), Signal Extraction Theory, Functional Neuroimaging, Neurophysiology.    U of O Sub-specialization: Basic & Applied Neurosciences   
11- 11:30  Dr. Christian Joubert    "How Physicians who practice integrative and alternative medicine legally can protect themselves."  Protection with assumption of risk and informed consent documents. Analysis of case law. Concrete examples.
Saturday Afternoon / Evening
12:00 to 1:00  Dr. Mark Squibb,   "Curing Addictions"
1:00 to 2:00: Professor Andras Szasz, "Oncothermia and Cancer, and Elaboration"
1:00 to 2:00 Dr. Andrew J. Moulden, M.D. Ph.D. “Case Analysis of Vaccination Damage” Treating and reversing effects of Autism and other effects. Computer analysis … brain damage; location in brain. 
2:00 to 3:30;  Dr. Don Jansen, “Oceanponics; Producing Hyper-nutritious Food” 
Oceanponically grown food uses principles of hydroponics combined with precisely diluted pure sea water as the sole source of fertilizer. Therapeutic value of oceanponically grown wheat grass capsules.  http://www.box.net/shared/e8fqgxxb1l
 3:30 to 4:30:  Frank Hartman.  "Preventive Measures for Breast Cancer involving Zeta Potential."   Research projects conducted abroad.
Sponsorship: The International Association for Biologically Closed Electric Circuits in Biomedicine (IABC) in cooperation with the IABC Foundation for North America, Inc., a tax exempt 501( c ) (3) Foundation.
Advisory Board Members
Congress President: Professor Paulo Farber, IABC V.P. for Latin America
Carl F. Firley, IABC President; IABC Foundation President (USA)
Professor George D. O’Clock, IABC President Emeritus, (USA)
Professor Xin Yu-Ling, Vice President, Asia (China)
Dr. Li Jing-Hong, (China)
Professor Jorgen Nordenstrom, IABC Vice President for Europe (Sweden)
Dr. Bart Flick (USA)
Dr. Finn Scott Anderson, (Denmark)
Professor Photios Anninos, (Greece)
Professor LIU Gan-Zhong, (China)
Professor CHEN Ming-Feng (Taipei, China)
General Information About This Congress
Principal Topics of the Congress:
1.New advances in the theoretical research of Biologically Closed Electric Circuits
2.Basic Research on the application of EchT (electrochemical therapy) to malignant tumors.
3. Clinical effectiveness of EchT applied to malignant and/or benign tumors;
4. New advances in treatment of tumors with thermotherapy;
5. Treatment of tumors with integrative (or alternative) medicine;
6. Treatment of neurological disorders with pico Tesla magnetic therapy, (pTMT);
7. New Electrotherapeutic Developments.
8. Other Alternative Medical Developments.