The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) announces its annual conference and trade-show in Las Vegas this November 4-8, 2009. The top names in the integrative, holistic, and alternative medicine industry will gather at the Rio Las Vegas for an exciting week of dynamic education and powerful networking. Faculty and guests include Jeffrey Bland, PhD, Aristo Vojdani, PhD, Jonathan Wright, MD, Daved Rosensweet, MD and many more. Suzanne Somers, an advocate for integrative medicine, will be honored with the ACAM Legacy Media award for her work in authoring numerous health and wellness books.

A lively exhibit hall, four preconference workshops including Chelation Therapy, Hormone Seminar, Oxidative Medicine and Lyme Disease, and a Hollywood-themed party add to the excitement of ACAM’s integrative medicine conference. Physicians may earn up to 16.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

With lower travel and registration costs, ACAM Vegas is a great option for physicians looking to expand their professional knowledge and add new treatment options to their practice. Additionally, ACAM is launching a certification exam for chelation therapy at this conference.

“The fall conference draws novice and seasoned professionals alike across from the medical spectrum,” said Jeanne Drisko, MD, ACAM’s president and CEO. She adds, “With so many take-home treatment options, protocols and new skills to learn, this is truly time well-spent.”

Members of the media may seek press credentials by calling 949-309-3520. Physicians may call 1-800-532-3688 or visit http://www.acamvegas.com for information about this exciting integrative medicine event.

The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) is a not-for-profit association dedicated to educating physicians and other health care professionals on the latest findings and emerging procedures in complementary, alternative and integrative (CAIM) medicine. ACAM is the voice of integrative medicine; our goals are to improve physician skills, knowledge and diagnostic procedures as they relate to complementary and alternative medicine; to support integrative medicine research; and to develop awareness of alternative methods of medical treatment.

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