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HYPONL9803 - The Hypoglycemic Health Association NEWSLETTER...

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The Hypoglycemic Health Newsletter March, 1998, Vol. 14, No 1 - 1 - PATRON: Dr George Samra N N E E W W S S L L E E T T T T E E R R Correspondence: THE HYPOGLYCEMIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION, P.O. BOX 8, SYLVANIA SOUTHGATE, N.S.W. 2224 Volume 14 Number 1 March, 1998 Our Next Public Meeting will be at 2 PM on Saturday, the 7 March, 1998 at the YWCA, 2 Wentworth Ave, Sydney and our guest speaker is Dr Mark Donohoe MB BS FASEM who will be speaking on the subject of “Managing Multiple Chemical Sensitivity” The Hypoglycemic Health Association Phone: (02) 9553-0084, Fax: (02) 9588-5290 PRESIDENT : Steve McNaughton, BE (NSW) Secretary: Dr George Samra Treasurer: Dr Katrina Watson Editor: Jurriaan Plesman, B.A. (Psych), Post. Grad. Dip. Clin. Nutr. Steering Committee Members: Kerrie Cook Ted Grant Joy Sharp Sue Litchfield Auditor: Hugh D Macfarlane Chartered Accountant Catering Committee: Reg Grady, Sue Choc The NEWSLETTER of the Hypoglycemic Health Association is distributed to members of the Association and to Health Professionals with an interest in nutritional medicine and clinical ecology. Dr Mark Donohoe is well known in the area of natural and environmental medicine. In 1980 he obtained his bachelor of medicine and surgery at the Faculty of Medicine at Sydney University. He received further postgraduate qualifications with the Australian College of Nutritional Medicine and the Australian Society of Environmental Medicine. He was a founding member and now President of the Australian Comprehensive Medicine Associa- tion (ACMA) with a membership of about 200 medical practitioners. This association promotes and fosters safe and effective complementary medical practice within a framework of Total Health Care. From 1991-1996 he was clinical director of the Original Australian Chronic Fatigue Syndrome team at the University of Newcastle using data gained from patients referred to the Environmental Medi- cine Centre (EMC) at Manly. He has contributed scientific article discussing the relationship be- tween low level contamination with organochlorine pesticides and alteration of immunology and hae- matology [J Biochem and Molecular Medicine (1996 Jun) 58(1): 77-84]. Dr Mark Donohoe is an excellent public speaker and the Association is lucky to have him talk to us on Saturday, 7 March 1998. Please note that the Annual General Meeting will be held at 1.30 pm half an hour before the public lecture by Dr Mark Donohoe. Copies of the Statement of Income and Expenditure for the year ended 31 December 1997 and the Auditor's report will be made available at the meeting. The Association would like to thank Mr Hugh Macfarlane, Chartered Accountant, for his free time given to the Association in the preparation of these documents. The activities of this Association are entirely voluntary. We don't receive any funding from government or private industry. Yet the cost of provision of public lectures and distribution of our Newsletters are the lowest of its kind, thanks to the members and the assistance given by health professionals. We also would like to thank Dr Robert Buist for
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