Saturday, April 23 | 9:00 – 10:30 am (Pacific Time) | Breakout Session

Restore Immune Tolerance for Optimum Survival

with Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, CCN

Presentation description:

Dr. Jaffe begins this exciting session by describing the importance of the two arms of the immune system, and how they operate to maintain homeostasis and health. An immune system preoccupied with defense is unable to repair, renew and restore. Inflammation, aptly termed “repair deficit,” is a well-recognized cause/amplifier of chronic, degenerative, and autoimmune conditions. The interrelationship between the microbiome, gut health, and homeostasis to combat repair deficit will be highlighted, including tests to detect delayed hypersensitivities. Dr. Jaffe outlines a comprehensive therapeutic plan of personalized nutrition, lifestyle modification and improved acid-alkaline balance, to allow the immune system to flourish.

About Russell

Fellow, Health Studies Collegium

Russ Jaffe has more than 40 years of experience contributing to molecular biology and clinical diagnostics. He has pioneered “lymphocyte tests of immune function and hypersensitivity” and is focused on providing functional, predictive tests and procedures designed to improve the precision of both diagnosis and of treatment outcomes.

He received his B.S., MD, and Ph.D. from the Boston University School of Medicine, completed residency training in clinical chemistry at the National Institutes of Health before starting the Health Studies Collegium think tank and PERQUE Integrative Health, LLC, a company that offers scientifically proven, integrative health solutions speeding the transition from sick care to healthful caring.