International Lyme And Associated Diseases Society
Leaders in Lyme Disease Education and Training

Boston, Massachusetts

November 2-4, 2012

Assessment Treatment and Eradication of Mycotoxin Toxicity and the Role of Xenobiotic Toxicity in Treatment Failures
Lisa L. Nagy, MD

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Lisa L. Nagy, MD. graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Pennsylvania and then from Cornell Medical College in 1986. After a surgical internship she completed Emergency Medicine residency at Metropolitan Hospital in NYC and practiced in Los Angeles until becoming severely ill (Addison's Disease, Mitochondrial Myopathy, Dysautonomia) - as a result of a complex medical condition known as Chemical Sensitivity or Environmental Illness.
She is now president of Preventive and Environmental Health Alliance which is a group focused on educating medical students, doctors, the AMA, congress and the public and assists patients to find help nationwide. Listening to physicians and other people who have developed severe Environmental Illness is the first step towards helping the 75 million people in the country with various health issues, including autoimmunity, related to their environments. Someone is listening - she was appointed as a delegate to the Massachusetts Medical Society and to the CDC's National Conversation on Chemicals and Public Health.
She was recently named to the National Institutes of Health Roundtable on Building and Health. At this meeting she speaks to the need for recognition of Environmental Illness in patients who may also have Lyme Disease - often both related to previous exposure to indoor mold in a home or workplace.