Maintaining Immunological Tolerance Towards Self-Tissue in Acute/Intense Scenarios
Presented by: Samuel F. Yanuck, D.C., FACFN, FIAMA+
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Immune tolerance is of critical importance to all tissue in the body, especially, joint, gut and thyroid health. As a clinician, your ability to maintain immunological tolerance towards self-tissue in acute/intensive scenarios is at the center of your clinical skill set. To do so, you need a clear grasp of the driving immunological forces, a knowledge of how self-tissue tolerances is broken and intensified, and the ability to keep your patients away from mistakes that can trigger new immunological activity towards self-tissue.
Samuel F. Yanuck, D.C., FACFN, FIAMA is a functional immunologist with a private practice in Chapel Hill, N.C. He serves as CEO & director of education at Cogence, LLC, an online functional immunology education company, and as an adjunct assistant professor at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Program on Integrative Medicine.
+Dr. Yanuck has been retained as a consultant in advising Pure Encapsulations.