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INTRAVENOUS C 60 Minutes Swine Flu part 2

A very moving testimony to the efficacy of IV vitamin C.  Underscores the need for the world's experts in integrative medicine to meet, work together and get the message out.   Watch how integrative medicine doctors face strong resistance trying to help patients. It is all the more relevant to SLiM.Sciences 2020 as China faces another epidemic of corona virus and fears of it spreading in the run up to the conference.   

Julia Gillard, Prime Minister of Australia


On the occasion of the 30th ACNEM Anniversary. PM Gillard addresses the attendees and spoke on the importance of nutritional and environmental medicine to the Australian healthcare system. See video recording. 

Keynote Address by Nobel Laureate for Medicine

A Short Biography of Dr. Robin Warren

Dr. Warren was born in 1937, in Adelaide, South Australia. He graduated M.B., B.S.

from the University of Adelaide in 1961. After training at the Royal Melbourne

Hospital, he was admitted to the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia in 1967.

Since then, he was a senior consultant pathologist at the Royal Perth Hospital in

Western Australia, becoming emeritus consultant pathologist in 1998.

In 1979, Dr. Warren first observed the presence of small curved bacteria, resembling

Campylobacter, on a biopsy of the gastric mucosa. During the next two years, Dr

Warren found many more examples of the bacteria on gastric biopsies, always on

gastric-type epithelium and closely linked to a specific variety of gastritis.

In 1981, Dr. Warren met Dr. Barry Marshall, registrar in the gastroenterology

department. A fruitful partnership followed that demonstrated the clinical

significance of the bacteria. They cultured the organisms and identified a new

species, now called Helicobacter pylori. A clear association was found between H.

pylori and peptic ulcers. Healed ulcers remained healed, without further medication

after eradicating the bacteria. 


Conference Co-Chairmen

Prof. Yeoh Kian Hian


Prof. Yeoh Kian Hian founding President of the Society of Clinical Metal Toxicology Singapore  

Dr. Aris Wibudi

Founding Chairman of AKSHARA - Indonesian Integrative Medicine Society

Dr. Ron Ehrlich


President, ACNEM - Australasion College of Nutrition and Environmental Medicine 



Venue & Hotel Booking

Discounted room rates for the conference is available. Please click the links provided for registration. 

17-19 April SLiM.Sciences 2020

Join us in this inaugural integrative medicine and sciences conference


An eclectic cast of leading experts in the field of integrative medicine, water, consciousness studies and biophotonic imaging. 

Early Bird Registration

Early bird ends 31 March 2020.  Get member rates by joining one of our supporting organisations. All prices in SGD.

Sponsor & Exhibit

Contact us to get preferential rates. Exhibition space limited. Selection of table location is on a first come basis. 

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Conference Objective


Bringing together like minded medical and health professionals fostering cross fertilization of ideas. Elucidating the latest discoveries in fundamental sciences for a comprehensive understanding of nature and its impact on health and the practice of integrative medicine. A rich tapestry of experience and cutting edge sciences in a multidisciplinary forum. Delegates further their professional development in the art of medicine by interactively learning from leading scientific and clinical experts. 

Keynote Speakers

The Nobel Medal

Speakers are invited from the world's leading researchers and clinical experts in medicine and other sciences. These include the Nobel Laureate, Dr. Robin Warren, Prof. Gerald Pollack a leading authority on Water Science, Prof. Dean Radin in consciousness studies, Prof. Konstantin Korotkov for his electrophotonic imaging technology and Prof. Atsuo Yanagisawa an expert in chelation therapy and IV nutrients.  The integrative medicine track is delivered by ACNEM. A peak medical organisation in Australia for nutrition and environmental medicine. 



Three days of informative and experiential learning. Keynote addresses, interactive plenary sessions and workshop by the Australasian College for Nutrition and Environmental Medicine. A parallel workshop featuring complementary medicine modalities like Qigong with Grand Master Chunyi Lin, measuring biophotons with Prof. Korotkov and TCM approaches to health. 

Dinner on Friday to introduce the transformative research initiatives supported by the Institute for Venture Science. 

For naturopathic doctor functional medicine doctor and anyone interested in integrative medicine and cancer

Registration Rates


Get preferential rates as members of supporting organisations. Please check your membership with your respective organisations and sign up for the conference. 

If you are not yet a member, use the savings and register with any of the supporting organisations. 

Supporting Organisation


A gala dinner to introduce and promote the activities of supporting organisations is held on Saturday night. Supporting organisations are ACNEM - Australasian College of Nutrition and Environmental Medicine, AKSHARA - Indonesian Integrative Medicine Society, Functional Medicine Association Thailand,  ISOM - International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine. 

If you want your organisation to be listed please contact us. 



What is the difference between this conference SLiM.Sciences 2020 and the many other conferences in the field of integrative medicine? 

If you are new and would like a quick overview of the many  terms used like integrative medicine, nutritional medicine, lifestyle medicine, functional medicine, orthomolecular medicine and energy medicine please click below.  

Conference Objectives


Transformative Sciences & Medicine

Change the way you think about health. Learn from leading authorities on subjects like physics of water, human biofields, science of consciousness and integrative medicine 


Be the first to know

Meet, learn and interact with leading experts in the world. Listen to what the discoverer of H. pylori and its health effects have to say. Engage thought leaders in subjects that has not yet become mainstream knowledge. 


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denoting or belonging to a class of ancient philosophers who did not belong to or found any recognized school of thought but selected doctrines from various schools of thought.


a person who derives ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources.

Speakers @ SLiM.Sciences Conference 2020


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Datuk Seri Lim Chong Keat played a significant role in urban planning and architecture and is one of those rare individuals who has been able to cross from the arts to the sciences. Awarded Gold Medals by both Malaysia and Singapore Institute of Architects. He is also inducted into the Academy of Sciences in Malaysia.   

Dr. Robin Warren

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Dr. Robin Warren received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2005 for the discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori and its role in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease. Dr.

Prof. Gerald Pollack


Prof. Pollack studies water's lesser known properties. This knowledge promises to fundamentally revolutionize human scientific endeavors. The Institute for Venture Science aims to fund this research globally.

Prof. Atsuo Yanagisawa

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Prof. Atsuo served concurrently as Professor of Clinical Medicine and Professor in Clinical Cardiology, Kyorin University. He is the Director of The International Educational Center for Integrative Medicine in Tokyo, Japan. President of the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine 

Prof. Dean Radin

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Prof. Dean Radin,  Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Distinguished Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Started his career as a concert violinist he shifted into science and the frontier of consciousness research for over three decades. The journey has taken him from Bell Laboratories, Stanford to Princeton. 


The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) is the peak medical organisation for nutritional and environmental medicine in Australia. A non-profit medical college established in 1982, offering postgraduate training and education for doctors and other graduate healthcare professionals.

Speaker Highlights

Grand Master Chunyi Lin


Chunyi has dedicated his entire adult life to growth, change, and inspiration. His life mission is “A healer in every home and a world without pain and suffering.” He is deeply committed to QIGONG HEALING as an unparalleled tool for creating deep, long-lasting transformation in people. 

Prof. Ian Brighthope


Prof. Brightope is the founding President of ACNEM who served as President for 25 years establishing the institution as the peak body for nutrition and environmental medicine in Australia. 

Prof. Konstantin Korotkov


Professor Korotkov has published over 200 papers in leading journals on physics and biology, and he holds 17 patents on biophysics inventions.  He is a Professor of Computer Science and Biophysics at Saint-Petersburg Federal University of Informational Technologies, Mechanics and Optics;