Registration now open for a conference in veterinary medicine

A conference in complementary veterinary medecine will take place the 27th and 28th of November at the the Van der Valk Hotel in Veenendaal, Netherlands. The conference is organized by EduPet Education. The organizers describe the conference as the following: 

Updated 2015 Conferences and Workshops

Happy New Year from the BTER Foundation! As you ring in 2015, be sure to check out our list of updated 2015 conferences and biotherapy workshops. Click on the links to register or pre-register for the conferences. Hope to see you there!

2010 Baer Awards Recognize 6 of the World's Biotherapy Leaders

The BioTherapeutics, Education & Research (BTER) Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2010 William S. Baer Award for Outstanding Service in the Advancement of Biotherapy. The 6 award winners were presented at the 8th International Conference on Biotherapy, held recently in Los Angeles; they are: David Armstrong, MD, DPM, PhD; John Church, MD, FRCSE; Pam Mitchell; Eliot Mostow, MD, MPH; Kosta Mumcuoglu, PhD; and Aletha Tippett, MD, MCh.

Inaugurating our first fund drive

We are nearing the end of the year, but not slowing down! Several more educational activities remain on our calender for 2010 (just take a look at the meeting schedule, below)! The biggest event of all takes place in just 2 weeks: the International Conference on Biotherapy (ICB), to be held in the US (Los Angeles) for the first time in its 14-year history.

Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course and International Conference (CMACC)

Learn the ancient Art & Science of APITHERAPY - the medicinal use of products from the beehive: honey, pollen, propolis, royal jelly, bee venom and beeswax. Join The American Apitherapy Society, as they present the next Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course and International Conference (CMACC), November 11-14, 2010, at the Hilton Los Angeles / Universal City Hotel, Universal City, California 91608 USA.

Chalk another one up for Biotherapy!

The past 20 years have seen dramatic advances in the Biotherapy research and acceptance into mainstream medicine. Milestones like FDA marketing clearance and insurance reimbursement highlight these advances. The latest evidence of acceptance of biotherapy into mainstream health care comes in the form of sponsorship for the upcoming (8th) International Conference on Biotherapy, which will be held this year in North America (Los Angeles).

Preparing for the 8th International Conference on Biotherapy

The past few months have been quite busy for those in the Biotherapy world: preparing for the 8th International Conference on Biotherapy. "We had planned to stop accepting abstracts for the conference by now," said a spokesman for the Conference, ". . . but abstracts are continuing to roll in, and we are reluctant to terminate the flow of papers and ideas." So, the Organizing Committee announced this week that the deadline for submitting abstracts for the Conference has been extended until August 31.

The Conference Organizers don't want anyone with something to share to be left out.

The 8th International Conference on Biotherapy coming to Los Angeles

Mark your calenders and make your reservations for the 8th International Conference on Biotherapy, coming to Los Angeles November 11-14, 2010.

The schedule includes 4 days of clinical and research developments in maggot therapy, leech therapy, helminthic therapy, phage therapy, hippotherapy, diagnostic canines and more. You can find additional information and registration materials at:

January 20, 2010

This year, 2010, will be a spectacular year for the BTER Foundation, and for Biotherapy in general. Several events coming up, including the 8th International Conference on Biotherapy (ICB-2010).

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