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Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker Pleased to Announce Second Physician Achieves Shoemaker Protocol Certification for Treating Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
Date:4/19/2013

s in the neuroendocrine immune system. “She recognized early on the importance of bridging what is known in medicine, with what is unknown, using science to show the way.”

Dr. Ackerley has a particular interest in the symptoms of anxiety, fatigue, and depression that fail to respond to conventional treatment. She seeks to address the underlying cause of these conditions with an evaluation of hormonal imbalances, genetic mutations, chronic inflammation, and hidden infections, such as mold illness, Lyme disease, and viral infections.

“The number one question we’ve been asked on the Surviving Mold website since it launched in 2010, is ‘Is there a doctor in my area who can help me?’ Dr. Mary is another physician who is helping us say yes, there is.”

About Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker - Ritchie Shoemaker, MD, is an internationally recognized leader in education, patient care, and research in the field of biotoxin related illness, and has treated over 6,000 patients. Dr. Shoemaker has written numerous papers and eight books, including the widely read Surviving Mold, and Mold Warriors. He has appeared on Good Morning America, the BBC, the Australian Broadcasting System, the Discovery Health Channel, and has spoken to the House of Representatives and the US Senate. He continues to give lectures, attend conferences on biotoxin illness, and provide one on one training to physicians working toward the Shoemaker CIRS Protocol Certification.

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