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This is the third of four CME lectures delivered by Dr. Cady at the 4rth Annual Integrated Medicine For Mental Health Conference in Chicago, IL at McCormick Place, on September 22, 2013. He draws parallels between the story of Moliere's famous drunken wood-cutter, Sgnarelle, and his own inauspicious beginnings in the field of functional medicine until a remarkable encounter with a patient permanently changed his life and convinced him of the necessity of IgG food allergy testing. As this presentation is developed, more intriguing patient vignettes are presented, always with the dual foci of (a) what is TRULY WRONG with the patient, and (b) is the physician doing EVERYTHING HE/SHE CAN to restore the patient to health and wellness.
Never one to dodge controversy, Dr. Cady talks candidly about what he has done, the grounding in the peer-reviewed medical literature and how a combination of thoughtful testing facilitates precise diagnosis and efficient treatment.